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Also unknown to us is the designer who made the cover and a bunch of ads for Helene Gri­maud. Call us! No, not you Helene. Some would say clas­si­cal music at it’s best. Since we don’t have a font called …

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It seems that some designer from Hannover/Germany have a fond­ness for Cape fonts. Just by acci­dent, we found a flyer made with our beloved CA No Dr. for a local club. Good work, buddy! (Call us, we don’t know your name!)…

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Peter Boorsma used CA 12C13C, CA Texas Funeral and a cou­ple of other fonts for his artworks/paintings.

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Klaus Pelzer has designed a book called The Tiger Lil­lies. Beau­ti­fully made with loads of funny pho­tos inside, and CA Emer­alda on the outside.

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Mon­k­ey­cona, Mon­k­ey­cona, Mon­k­ey­cona! Uhh-uhh-uhh! Yes, what we have here? Mon­k­ey­cona wear­ing one of our T-Shirt we cre­ated espe­cially for the Cape Arcona Love Club V.I.P.s. It’s not for YOU, it’s only for THEM. So don’t ask us about the shirts.…

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What’s next baby? Yeah, a man from LMNOP, he calls him­self Eric Han­del (and we believe that he told us the truth) used CA Gin­ger Mint and (our ever­green) CA Aires for a CD pack­age. Thank you very much!

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Our man in Brazil, Guil­herme Cal­das used CA Aires for the issue ‘Meet­ing with Remark­able Men: the Invisible Man’.

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Peter Koerner designed a let­ter­head and used CA Emer­alda and CA BND. A won­der­ful choice!

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It seems we have a global con­spir­acy involv­ing tv sta­tions using type­faces they (prob­a­bly) don’t pay for. This time it’s a Ger­man TV sta­tion. RTL – THE pio­neer of lower class tele­vi­sion in Ger­many. They gave us soft porn movies …

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We love Fox. Yes, the tele­vi­sion sta­tion. We love Fox, espe­cially Fox Brazil. And it seems they love us too. Maybe that’s why they used our free fonts CA Alter­na­tive 3 and CA Gin­ger Mint for free. Yes, for free. …

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