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Linotype Zootype™

by Linotype

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About this font family

Zootype –the first original single font– was designed in 1997 by Victor Garcia of Argentina and as a winner of Linotype’s Second International Type Design Contest is included in the TakeType Library. The three additional family styles –Zootype Air, Zootype Land, Zootype Water– were added in 1999. In the words of the designer, the design concept is meant to display the ‘funny, happy joy of animal nature.’ Animal heads peek into the block forms of the letters, giving the font a unique whimsical character.

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available in all of the styles in this family:
Basic Latin/English letters West European diacritics Euro Ligatures Central Europe Baltic Turkish Romanian Dingbats & Symbols



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Linotype Zootype Com

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Linotype Zootype Com Air

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Linotype Zootype Com Land

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Linotype Zootype Com Water

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Linotype Zootype Pro

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Linotype Zootype Pro Air

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Linotype Zootype Pro Land

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Linotype Zootype Pro Water

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Available formats

only available in some of the styles:
OpenType TTF   OpenType OTF  


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