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Cloned from Formal Roman by caliopigio. See also Blotty by dtroid.

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A font based on the spirit of Joan Jett and what you can think of while you're listening to her music.
Info Created on 27th December 2010 . Last edited on 26th January 2011.
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WOW!! Awesome! One of the best fonts I've ever seen--and that's saying something.
1000000/10!
Comment by Logan Thomason (xenophilius) 26th January 2011
An excellent decayed variation. It's unusual for cloned versions to actually do something so different. 10/10
Comment by djnippa 27th January 2011
highly ornamental :)
and two sets of letters with which you avoid arificial blur effect...

GREAT.
Comment by atadoro 28th January 2011
GODLY!!!
That is one crazy font!
Comment by Drgrit 28th January 2011
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Jett” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 28th January 2011
Awesome resolution! Certainly It's a Great font! 100:10! Congrats for the TP.
Comment by elmoyenique 29th January 2011
IT'S REAL CRAZY FONT!! IT'S SUPER DUPER GIGA COMBO TRIPLE AWESOME!!!
Comment by Adien Gunarta (Adien Gunarta) 29th January 2011
Ooopss! I beg your pardon. I put an extra zero. But I really like this font. Greeeeeat work! 10:10, pal!
Comment by elmoyenique 29th January 2011
Master of smudge.
Comment by intaglio 12th March 2011
Awesome! :-)
Comment by Håvar Henriksen (farside) 7th June 2011
Lovely!
Comment by thecruelseasons 8th November 2011
like the effect on this effect and thanks for ability to clone - I was wanting to see how this was done!
Comment by fartheststar 9th September 2012

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