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Oppumer Eiscafé, Krefeld

Photo(s) by isoletters. Imported from Flickr on Aug 8, 2020. Artwork published in
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    Oppumer Eiscafé, Krefeld
    Source: https://www.flickr.com Uploaded to Flickr by isoletters and tagged with “akkordeonslab”. License: CC BY-NC-SA.

    Caps from Akkordeon Slab in use for Oppumer Eiscafé, an ice cream parlor in Krefeld, Germany. This typeface was designed by Eduardo Manso of the Emtype Foundry. Like its sans-serif companion, Akkordeon, it comes in fourteen numbered styles of increasing width and weight. The sign uses caps from Akkordeon Slab Four.

    Spotted in 2019 by @isoletters, who notes that this choice is a refreshing departure from @typeentity:7340@ and other scripts that are commonly used on signs of German ice cream parlors.

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