FRANKLIN GOTHIC SCARF - LTD QTY
100% acrylic jaquard knit scarf. Approximately 8 x 63 inches. Double-sided design. Made in the EU. Hanger shown is not included. One size fits all. Domestic US shipping only.
ABOUT THE TYPEFACE:
Franklin Gothic and its related faces are a large family of realist sans-serif typefaces developed by the type foundry American Type Founders (ATF) and credited to its head designer Morris Fuller Benton. “Gothic” was a contemporary term (now little-used except to describe period designs) meaning sans-serif. Franklin Gothic has been used in many advertisements and headlines in newspapers. The typeface continues to maintain a high profile, appearing in a variety of media from books to billboards. Despite a period of eclipse in the 1930s, after the introduction of European faces like Kabel and Futura, they were re-discovered by American designers in the 1940s and have remained popular ever since. (From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)