A capital alphabet, drawn by Walter Haettenschweiler and reproduced in Lettera 2 (1961, without ‘L’). “A cut-out type with a splash effect but requiring to be freshly adapted to each word picture.” — Lettera 2
Made into a film typeface by Lettergraphics as Black Casual. Shown in their 1968 catalog, with opened counters for ‘ABP’.
See Display Brutal (Gerald Giallo, 2010) for an uncredited digital interpretation.
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