Futuramano was the kind of typeface we scribbled in those old days, when I was an art-director in advertising agencies.
We used it to simulate the headlines and the subheads, so the client could read what the copywriters had in mind.
As Futura was the font of choice in those days (as it still is), our scribbled typeface looked much like like Futura.
The second half of the name “mano” means hand, so that is what it is, kind of a handwritten Futura.
Futuramano is very practical if you want to have that unfinished touch!
Yours very nostalgic Gert Wiescher