Rio Art Deco - a free TrueType PC Font from Renn Crump

The font file, Rioartdo.ttf, is a stylized decorative drop caps display font with a bit of flair, using a pictograph to style the otherwise black serif font. The lowercase is filled with drop cap reproproductions of the uppercase, but there are no numbers or punctuation.

Rio Art Deco font version 1.001 is by Renn Crump (aka Psuedo Nym), created in April of 2002 and the font offers 52 letters. Renn Crump offers this font for free at Typoasis (at Moor Station).

I have archived it here at Font-Journal and included this text file to note its origin and acceptable use, which seems like pretty much anything, as it was a free font with no license noted. I have sent an email to Renn at the indicated email address, but it was returned as a permanently failed delivery, as if the address given on his website doesn't exist.

This particular distribution font archive (the one with this note) was downloaded from the Font-Journal and the home page for this font is:

If you would like to get yourself a decent font editor and add to or otherwise modify this font (such as to add numbers, punctuation, or european accents and characters), I recommend Fontographer, although TypeTool might well do the job, also.

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