What is the Coochie Nando NF font?
Among the many display faces Milton Glaser designed during the heyday of Push Pins Studios was the pattern for this dramatically shadowed face, whose original name—for reasons unexplained—was “Kitchen.” Well, whatever the reason, it’s definitely “what’s cooking,” so the Italian word for the latter half of that phrase gives this typeface its name.
Equally at home being kookie or spookie.
Both versions include the complete Unicode Latin 1252, Central European 1250 and Turkish 1254 character sets, with localization for Moldovan and Romanian.
Coochie Nando NF Font families
The Coochie Nando NF includes the following font families:
- Coochie Nando NF
Coochie Nando NF Preview
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