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Lapoya Font Family was designed by Carlos Campos and published by Cuchi, qué tipo. Lapoya contains 36 styles and family package options.

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About Lapoya Font Family

“LAPOYA” (meaning in english “the coolest”) is a large slab serif typeface family, with a certain Italian inverted contrast touch. Specially designed for advertising big shows and commerces, Lapoya has 36 variables and four axes, including a text and decorative versions, where the drawing and width of its counterforms vary. It also has icons that remember the old aesthetics of wood types from the early 20th century, and more than 400 characters with a multitude of signs and ligatures, that make Lapoya ideal for up to 89 languages.

It is clearly inspired by the large wood types designed for posters, advertisements and newspapers. Since they were introduced in the 19th century, slab serifs have become extremely popular. In fact, serifs are often enlarged, not so much to look like beautiful or balanced letters, but to be more graphic and visual powerful than others. Furthermore, in the case of this typeface, this idea has been applied not only to capital letters, but also to the lowercase, numbers and signs of all kinds.

“That’s why this typeface is LAPOYA!”

Designed by Carlos Campos in 2023.

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Designers: Carlos Campos

Publisher: Cuchi, qué tipo

Foundry: Cuchi, qué tipo

Design Owner: Cuchi, qué tipo

MyFonts debut: Jul 14, 2023


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