Antipixel is a graphic design studio based in Buenos Aires, with main focus on display handwritten fonts, branding & web design.
With a collection of energetic and hand rendered typeface offerings, Antipixel is run by Julia Martínez Diana, graphic designer graduated from the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina. The designs possess a spirited quality, full of energy and casual character.
It all started with “Belta” and the “Aracne” collection, which features three widths for maximum functionality. With slightly scrawled letterforms, available in regular, light and italics, it will provide a personal and unique look to your work.
Then came “Italo”, a font with upper and lower case, exploring the world of OpenType features, including ligatures, alternates, smallcaps, scientific superior/inferior figures, oldstyle figures, fractions.
Alongside, “Eneas” and “Lamiar” made its way. The Eneas collection features stout, exceptionally extended characters with quirkily uneven strokes.
In the first months of 2014, “Enyo” was released. This decorative, fun, serif, handwritten font specially designed for display usage can also be used for small ammount of text. Available in Light, Regular and Medium, this font supports a wide range of languages, including the Greek and Cyrillic alphabets!
In 2015, “LeOsler” was launched. Being the biggest family of Antipixel so far, composed of 16 styles, this font made its way through the HotNewFonts of MyFonts, for the whole month of June 2015. LeOsler’s OpenType features include ligatures for all repeated characters in upper & lowercase, contextual alternates for all supported alphabets, 4 ampersand alternates, scientific superior/inferior figures, fractions, etc.
“Austral Slab” was published in July 2016 after nine months of process. This font comes in three weights, Regular, Light & Thin, with irregular outlines and uneven/crooked strokes, giving your work more personality and making it exclusive and powerful. With three sets of alphabets in uppercase and lowercase to avoid repeating the same character pattern, and giving the font a more natural handwritten feel.
Be sure to check out all of Antipixel’s available typefaces!