A faux script font typical of classic american branding. I have totally reworked all the letterforms: they started with a “notch” and ended flat – I have removed the “notch” and rounded off the ending stroke, so now you can actually start words with the lowercase letters. I have also improved the spacing (especially after the capitals), and of course added all the “foreign” glyphs. A classic is reborn!
Nick Curtis says: “Just another “somewhere from the thirties to the fifties” kinda script, named kinda after a sixties rock festival.”
You can purchase full version and commercial license here: https://www.fontspring.com/fonts/cheapprofonts/monterey-popsicle-nf-pro?refby=upfonts