Jukebox is the brainchild of Jason Walcott, longtime type designer. Jason designed his first typeface called “Holiday Times” in the fall of 2000, and that started a long and wonderful journey that lead to the Jukebox of today.
Jukebox fonts have been used on countless products and designs, films, books, television productions and more, by companies such as Disney, HGTV, The Food Network, Disney Theme Parks, Hershey’s, VistaPrint and many others. To date Jason’s bestselling fonts have been Fenway Park and Stephanie Marie, which was the top selling typeface at all of Veer in the fall of 2004. In 2011 Jason’s Eloquent font family was awarded a spot in the “Best of Typeface Design” in Communications Arts Magazine’s Typography Annual.