About Berenjena Font Family
Berenjena is a captivating font family designed by type designer Javier Quintana Godoy in Santiago de Chile.
Berenjena has the right combination of comfort in reading and a lyric spirit. This helps keep readers in the delicate atmosphere in which novels and tales can display all their charm. Most typefaces created for books cannot reach this. Either they are too expressive so they tire the eyes of the reader, or they are dull and reading becomes a tedious task.
Berenjena was designed for text use bearing in mind this concept of subtle balance.
Berenjena (Spanish for aubergine or eggplant) gives your text that spicy environment in which words shapes are easy to read while letterforms maintain their capricious feeling. It comes in roman and cursive declined in four weights: Blanca, Fina, Gris, Negra. All Berenjena character sets include extensive diacritics coverage for more than 200 languages plus the usual contextual features. The Berenjena Pro fonts (available at PampaType.com) include smalls caps, elegant ligatures, cute swashes, every kind of figures, and all contextual sorts.
Berenjena will give your design a very individual character. It wears captivating details of calligraphic poetry which link subtlety to vernacular sign painting from Santiago de Chile. See a pdf of Berenjena here http://origin.myfonts.net/s/aw/original/306/0/156716.pdf or visit PampaType.com for more information.
PampaType was founded in 2001 by Alejandro Lo Celso with the idea of developing fine typefaces with a singular Latin flavor. Alejandro has worked as an art director in Buenos Aires, a professor in Mexico, and has studied type design in Europe. “Naturally your education and your beliefs all travel with you and are present in everything you do,” he said in his Creative Characters interview. “I think my experiences have made me more aware of the cultural context of things. Typography is a universe of subtle differences. So you need sharp intellectual tools in order to deal with its huge variety.” His letterforms are striking and adventurous; simultaneously useable and great fun.