January 22, 2009
Unearthed by our friend Dimitris Karaiskos in an antique shop in Vienna, we digitized Blitzplakat and added more glyphs.
Blitzplakat is the name of a pre-Letraset system, which enabled you to make your own advertising posters by cutting out these letters and sticking them onto paper like stamps.
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