“The Ben Shahn Folk Alphabet was originally created as lettering in 1940, and was reconstructed and redesigned by Maurizio Osti and Jane Patterson in 1995, with the consent and approval of Mrs. Bernarda Shahn and the Estate of Ben Shahn, under license from VAGA (New York).” — FontFont
Two subfamilies: FF Folk (slightly rough contours) and FF Folk Rough (even rougher).
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