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What's the clean Blackletter font used in this jeans logo?
I know it is not ideal to post the what-font-is-this kind of questions but I find myself intrigued by this sample I found on flickr. What I'm most interested in is a Blackletter font that has similar ...
Feb 23 '11 at 11:12
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