I know this is a William Page typeface, but I'm trying to track down the whole alphabet.
So far, I know this much:
a) it exists in digital form, as a font called Psychedelic Smoke
b) when I compare 'Psychedelic Smoke' (an early 90s truetype version) to my references (taken from old newspapers), that font does not really come close to showing the intricacies of the font.
c) the earliest use I can find in the small town paper I work at is 1965, but it seemed more popular (at least with the ad agencies) through the 70s.
I want to know:
a) if anyone knows any more details
b) the source used for 'Psychedelic Smoke,' the only original William Page example I can find is only one word, not the whole alphabet.
c) where I might be able to find more information if no one here can help any further
a) few replies and little interest, but feel free to surprise me!
Link to 'psychedelic smoke' http://www.searchfreefonts.com/fonts/p36.htm
There are some other versions here, but I believe 'smoke' to be the source for them, as well.