Based in the work of popular peruvian artists, this font has three versions that work as layers to simulate the colorful effect of their market signs. Chicha is the name for the mix of cumbia and andean music that started this graphic style in their posters. Each font has 900 glyphs including ornaments, stylistic alternates and ligatures with west european diacritics. It’s a great font with rhythm and popular flavor for display use.
Casiopea is a geometric sans serif which can be used as a corporate or signage typeface. It has a big aperture to improve legibility in texts at small sizes. It’s slightly narrow to save space when setting texts and has long ascenders and descenders. It also has a curved spirit which is balanced with its geometric endings.
Zipolite is a grotesk typeface with some humanistic details, inspired in the relaxed ambient of an homonymous beach. Its condensed character allows saving space in text setting. Zipolite has seven weights with matching italics. Every style comes with small caps, ligatures, arrows, tabular figures and supports 94 languages. Zipolite is a good option for those works in which the typeface must have enough character without being outgoing.
Lucecita was inspired in LED screens.
It has a modular structure, as you can see in letters like “a” and “e”. It is a condensed typeface with a techno spirit, recommended for titles in magazines or text in modular supports with low resolution.