Pakenham

Pakenham is a sans-serif typeface designed by Ray Larabie and published through Typodermic in 2000. The design was inspired by crude, hand-painted signs from the mid twentieth century. Pakenham is available in four weights—regular, semibold, bold and black—with each weight available in two widths along with corresponding italics.

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Pakenham Specimen

Pakenham Type Specimen

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Jun 5, 2015
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