Alright, picture this: Copasetic by Nick Curtis is like stepping into a time machine and landing smack-dab in the middle of the 20th century. This font oozes the cool, laid-back vibe of the jazz era, drawing heavily on the styles that defined that iconic period in design. We're talking clean lines that dance and flow, much like the smooth moves of a jazz musician lost in the rhythm. The vibe is unapologetically retro, yet it carries a certain crispness that allows it to slip seamlessly into modern design projects.
The curves and flourishes of Copasetic speak of a time when attention to detail and craftsmanship in typography were the order of the day. Nick Curtis, the man behind the magic, clearly dipped his pen into the nostalgic inkwell, pulling out a font that's both a nod to the past and a wink to the present. Each letter has been lovingly crafted to ensure that the essence of that bygone era isn't just captured but celebrated. Whether it’s the headline of a poster, the title of a jazz album cover, or even the branding for a vintage-inspired cafe, Copasetic has the charm and the chutzpah to make a statement without shouting from the rooftops.
In essence, Copasetic is not just a font; it's a time capsule, a gateway to a past where design and music intertwined in the most beautiful ways. It's for those who appreciate the finer details, who hear the unspoken tales woven through the threads of design. Nick Curtis didn’t just create a font—he created a feeling, a mood, and a piece of art that transcends the simple act of typing words on a page. It’s a heartfelt tribute to an era that may have passed but is far from forgotten.
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For those of you looking for an improved version with more/better accents etc: Nick Curtis has allowed me to rework his free fonts and offer them with a (very generous) commercial license.

So if you need a professional quality Unicode OpenType or TrueType version of this font with a multilingual and expanded character set - you will find it here:

(Nick Curtis receives royalties from all sales)


100% free
170 glyphs, 644 kerning pairs
(c) 1999 Nick Curtis. All Rights Reserved. Generated by Fontographer 3.52 . ALLTYPE:Copasetic Regular:ATECH. Copasetic. Converted from e:\nickfo~1\CO______.TF1 by ALLTYPE
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