Foundry: Canada Type
The idea for Jackpot came from a photo type called Cooper Playbill, which as the name implies was simply a westernized version of Cooper Black. It is strange that the font designers of the 1980s and 1990s never found the attraction of such a concept. We think it's simply marvellous and quite ideal for communicating special great American times and ideas. The Jackpot family is ideal for posters, signage, book covers, magazine ads, and plenty of other applications. If you're creative and know how to use your imagination, you have just hit the Jackpot with this font family. Open Type enthusiasts should be very happy to know that the OT version of Jackpot comes in two fully-featured fonts, where the sweeps, alternates, ligatures, etcetera are stashed away in features for activation at the click of a button.