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Complete family of 3 fonts: $69.00
Marylebone Font Family was designed by Luciano Vergara, Guisela Mendoza and published by Los Andes. Marylebone contains 3 styles and family package options.

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About Marylebone Font Family

Marylebone is a font duo inspired by its namesake neighborhood, located in central London. Marylebone was designed to compose short text for advertisements, blackboards and shop windows in coffee shops, small bookstores, flower shops and local shops. The set is made up of a hand made brush script, composed of 519 characters including ligatures, initials and terminals; as well as a very clean, geometric unicase sans serif with some alternates and ligatures that can double as monograms, it also includes a hand-drawn floral dingbat set.

Marylebone allows you to design beautiful compositions for packaging, advertising, quotes, wall art, branding, photography overlays, magazines, motion graphics, scrapbooking, planners, window art, tags, tote bags and much more, thanks to its irregular appearance that gives a unique personality to your design projects.

Designers: Luciano Vergara, Guisela Mendoza

Publisher: Los Andes

Foundry: Los Andes

Design Owner: Los Andes

MyFonts debut: Nov 15, 2022


About Los Andes

Located in Concepción, Chile, Los Andes was established in 2011 by Daniel Hernandez, Miguel Hernandez and Luciano Vergara as a spin-off of LatinoType. Their goal was simple: to make typefaces that would simplify the job of the designers who used them. The young foundry published its first typeface, Pantano, that same year and the rest, as they say, is history. With talented designers such as Mendoza Vergara, Daniel Hernández, Luciano Vergara, and Miguel Hernández in its ranks, Los Andes has created a library full of vast variations including everything from bestselling headliner typefaces like Darwin to grunge-inspired rustic families like Pantano. “Our typefaces tell stories,” Luciano says, “we are inspired by travel, nature, experiences and tastes when we design typefaces.” One of their more recent releases, Garden, was inspired by the cheerful and warm people the designers encountered when visiting Brazil in 2013. A young foundry with a wide range of talents and endless inspiration, keep an eye out for more typefaces from Los Andes!

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