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by Sofia Mohr
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Amazônia Font Family was designed by Sofia Mohr, Sebastián Águila and published by Sofia Mohr. Amazônia contains 1 styles and family package options.

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Amazônia Family

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About Amazônia Font Family

Amazônia is a multidisciplinary design project that joins type design, illustration and web design with the whole purpose of creating conscience about the threaten wildlife of the Brazilian Amazon rainforest. The main element of this typographic system is Amazônia Script, a type design inspired in the exotic wildlife of the Amazon. Completely drawn in brush pen by Sofia Mohr, it’s a versatile font that contains 762 slightly rugged and condensed glyphs, with fast and curved strokes, swashes (for capital and lower case letters) and alternate characters. It also includes a decorative variant: Amazônia Life, a font design developed by designer Sebastián Águila, that contains a set of icons representing endangered animals of the Amazon rainforest. It includes 52 animal dingbats, with stylistic alternates for dark background use, making it a 104 glyphs font. As a complementary element to the font system, a set of illustrations were developed by Soledad Águila and coloured by Sebastián Águila that are used in the specimens and graphic support material.

Designers: Sofia Mohr, Sebastián Águila

Publisher: Sofia Mohr

Foundry: Sofia Mohr

Design Owner: Sofia Mohr

MyFonts debut: May 15, 2018


About Sofia Mohr

Sofia Mohr is a Brazilian designer specialized in creating digital typefaces for retail sale. Among her studies, her degree in Architecture at the UFRGS in Brazil in 2003 and her Diploma in Digital Typography Design at the Catholic University of Chile in 2013 stand out. The inspiration for her work is usually related to her personal experiences and her culture. It can be the aroma of an espresso or tropical wildlife, or even personal childhood experiences of hers, which she tries to reinterpret through font design.

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