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Cira Sans

Cira Sans

by Huerta Tipográfica
Individual Styles from $62.07
Complete family of 14 fonts: $521.43
Cira Sans Font Family was designed by Andrés Torresi and published by Huerta Tipográfica. Cira Sans contains 14 styles and family package options.

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About Cira Sans Font Family

Cira is a superfamily with 7 weights and italics under two main styles: sans and serif. The original concept was created for Katachi Media as a corporate font for text and experimentation in an iPad magazine. It has a diversity of outlines with straight angles which create unusual shapes and counterforms. Its middle weights are suitable for text and can be combined with extreme weights at display sizes. Cira is a versatile superfamily with an original and modern feeling and it’s a great option for giving identity to your designs.

Designers: Andrés Torresi

Publisher: Huerta Tipográfica

Foundry: Huerta Tipográfica

Design Owner: Huerta Tipográfica

MyFonts debut: Jul 30, 2016

Cira Sans

About Huerta Tipográfica

We are Juan Pablo del Peral, Carolina Giovagnoli, Sol Matas and Andrés Torresi, all graphic and type designers from Argentina. In 2009 we founded a collaborative type foundry with a deep respect for design and typography. We were originated as a place to meet, cooperate and share experiences while collaborating on academic and commercial projects. We identify specific typographical needs and this motivate us to create innovative and functional ideas. We do it with a strong commitment to the quality of our work and through the exchange of ideas, experiences and knowledge. With all of these in mind we develop custom or retail fonts with libre, proprietary or exclusive licenses. The quality of our work has been recognized in several international events such as Letter.2 (ATypI), Tipos Latinos and the “Bienal Iberoamericana de diseño de Madrid”.