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Aljaraz Font Family was designed by Carlos Campos and published by Cuchi, qué tipo. Aljaraz contains 2 styles and family package options.

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Aljaraz Complete Family

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About Aljaraz Font Family

Aljaraz (meaning “small bell” in english) is a curvy typeface inspired on the “Fat face" letters with an extremely bold design from the early 19th century, but with an insolent touch of brave and psychedelic distortions.

Aljaraz has a regular and italic variable, and in both styles the capital letters have a swash alternative where the naughty touch reaches its maximum expression. It is ideal to recall the lysergic era of the 60s, write funny words, or simply to express small texts in a display way that powerfully attracts attention.

Let Aljaraz inspire you groovy kind of love!

Designed by Carlos Campos

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Secondary typeface: 'Escuela', also by Carlos Campos


Aljaraz (“campanita”) es una tipografía curvy inspirada en las letras con un diseño extremadamente grueso y atrevido de principios del siglo XIX (las “Fat face”), pero con un toque insolente de valientes distorsiones psicodélicas.

Aljaraz tiene una variable regular y cursiva, y en ambos estilos las mayúsculas tienen una alternativa súper decorada donde el toque travieso alcanza su máxima expresión. Es ideal para rememorar la época lisérgica de los años 60, escribir palabras graciosas, o simplemente expresar textos graciosos de una forma visual que llame poderosamente la atención.

¡Deja que Aljaraz te inspire su maravilloso amor!

Designers: Carlos Campos

Publisher: Cuchi, qué tipo

Foundry: Cuchi, qué tipo

Design Owner: Cuchi, qué tipo

MyFonts debut: Sep 6, 2022


About Cuchi, qué tipo

"Cuchi, ¡qué tipo! / Hey, what a man!" is really a wordplay nickname for Carlos Campos ("tipo" in spanish means both type and guy, and "cuchi" is an andalusian colloquial expression for "hey" or "look"). Carlos Campos is a graphic designer and professor of typography from Jaén (Andalusia, Spain). He is especially interested in promoting typographic culture through the investigation and recovery of the traditional signs and letters of his city and from popular folclore. His fonts are very expressive, colorful and bold, with a unique personality, as the result of the visual culture that surrounds him. You can be sure that if you use some of his typefaces, people will say "Cuchi!" You can see more at www.cuchiquetipo.com