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EXPRESO was inspired by the extinct art and craft of urban Lettering applied to buses and other kind of cars for public service of transportation. Since the mid of last century, main cities of Colombia - as Bogotá, Medellín and others - were growing in population and brought urban area expansion with it and serious traffic problems due to the lack of political will and urban planning. The problem of urban transport in Colombia's largest cities has not yet been resolved, despite adopting some examples of mass transit system in other cities in the region. Before these actions, public transport in cities such as Bogotá was quite varied, leaving space for popular culture that survived for a couple of decades, until the massive dieback of these old buses early this decade, either by practices associated with Lettering it was displaced by some technological, some expressions of art street and city that evolved or disappeared.
EXPRESO can be used mainly in titles and display texts. You have a multitude of options using combination of layers from the basics of the font family to the various textures and shades. Supports East Europe languages.
John Vargas Beltrán (Bogotá – Colombia, b. october 12th 1974) graduated as graphic designer from the Universidad Nacional de Colombia in 1997 and has more than 10 years experience in calligraphy, typeface designing and lettering. Pioneer of digital Type Design in Colombia. Since 1997 he has designed different fonts for display or specialized titles. In 1997 he shown Muisca Sans as his degree work, a typeface based on pre-Columbian elements. In 2005 he participated at the Spanish contest Tipo-Q with Dulcinea Serif which became one of the 10 highlighted projects submitted. In 2009 he prepared and developed the Salsa font family and obtained the title of Font Design Specialist (UBA). Also he designed typefaces published by GoogleFonts.