Mad Decent Font

About Mad Decent Font

mad decent logo

Mad Decent is a Los Angeles-based record label founded in 2005. The label is noted for helping introduce Brazilian baile funk and Angolan kuduro to clubs around the world as well as its series of concerts in major cities known as Mad Decent Block Party.

The font used for the logo of the record label is very similar to Jim Dandy 2D. Designed by Harold Lohner, Jim Dandy is a display typeface based on a 19th-century font called Jim Crow. The font family is available in 6 variants, Regular, 2D, Outlines, Shading, Solid and Hollow, which can be used alone, or layered and colored to give even more variety.

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Jim Dandy Typeface in Use

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