Victor Moscoso

The Victor Moscoso font originates in the 1960s psychedelic poster lettering of the artist Victor Moscoso who was born in Spain, studied at the Cooper Union in New York, and under Josef Albers at Yale University, before moving to San Francisco in 1959.

The font is based on Moscoso’s most celebrated Neon Rose posters of the late sixties, in particular the quintessential Moby Grape ‘Neptune’s Notion’ design of 1967 which uses letterforms derived from a 19th century wood type, Bulletin #1.

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