Bric-a-Braque NF font

By Nick Curtis on Aug 03, 2018

Bric-a-Braque NF

Bric-a-Braque NF

The authors of Deco Type: Stylish Alphabets of the 20’s and 30’s doubtless considered this the quintessential Art Deco font, because they used it on the cover of their book. Originally called Cubist Bold, the font was designed by John Zimmerman for Barnhard Brothers and Spindler, circa 1929. My version gets its handle from a play on the name of one of the co-founders of Cubism, Georges Braque (the other one was some guy named Picasso).

The commercial font is "new and improved" over the freeware version, with expanded character set and improved kerning, so you get what you pay (or don't pay) for.
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<style type="text/css">
@font-face{
    font-family:"bric-a-braque-nf-regular";
    src:url("https://fontsme.com/wp-data/b/562/1562/file/bric-a-braque.regular.ttf") format("woff"),
    url("https://fontsme.com/wp-data/b/562/1562/file/bric-a-braque.regular.ttf") format("opentype"),
    url("https://fontsme.com/wp-data/b/562/1562/file/bric-a-braque.regular.ttf") format("truetype");
}
span.font0{font-family:"bric-a-braque-nf-regular";font-size:px;text-transform:;}
</style>
Bric-a-Braque NF Regular
<style type="text/css">
@font-face{
    font-family:"bric-a-braque-nf-regular";
    src:url("https://fontsme.com/wp-data/b/562/1562/file/bric-a-braque.regular.otf") format("woff"),
    url("https://fontsme.com/wp-data/b/562/1562/file/bric-a-braque.regular.otf") format("opentype"),
    url("https://fontsme.com/wp-data/b/562/1562/file/bric-a-braque.regular.otf") format("truetype");
}
span.font1{font-family:"bric-a-braque-nf-regular";font-size:px;text-transform:;}
</style>
Bric-a-Braque NF Regular

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