ENAMELA (rhymes with Pamela) is based on condensed sans serif lettering found on vitreous enamel signage dating from the Victorian era and widely used in Britain for road signs, Post Office signs, the plates on James Ludlow wall postboxes, railway signs and direction signs, as well as for circular Automobile Association wayfinding plaques throughout the first half of the twentieth century.

Enamela is available in three weights, Regular, Medium and Bold weights, each supplied with a complementary and complimentary faux italic.

Read the full story behind the Enamela fonts in the Kernel.