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PampaType is a digital foundry founded in 2001 with the idea of developing high quality typefaces with a particular Latin flavor. PampaType is based in Mexico city, and is run by Argentinean type & info designer Alejandro Lo Celso.

PampaType’s first release, Rayuela (Hopscotch), inspired by the novel of Argentinean writer Julio Cortázar, is an attempt to bring some informality into long-reading texts. Rayuela family consists of 13 fonts for text, display & ornaments, and it was a winner at the Bukva:raz type design competition held by the Association Typographique Internationale at Moscow in 2001.

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6 font families from PampaType

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