The late 70s and early 80s is sometimes considered to be the period when headline typography went off the rails.
Growing up in that period, some designers may beg to differ. Many geometric designs were available in dry-transfer and for the typositor, and were used everywhere a youth-culture look was appropriate - annuals, comics, club flyers, high-street boutiques, TV-advertised compila tion albums.
Nightclubber is a fond homage to the excesses of the period, and should be used back-lit in pink neon or at a rakish 45 degree slant across a blurred photograph of a glitter ball.
1960s, 1970s, 1980s, Font, Groovy, New Wave, Special Effect