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Modernissimo Font Family was designed by Giuseppe Salerno, Paco González and published by Resistenza. Modernissimo contains 1 styles.

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About Modernissimo Font Family

Modernissimo: where boldness meets innovation in the realm of typography.

Crafted from geometric shapes and infused with random graphic illustrations, each letter in this display all caps font dances with individuality, creating a captivating visual symphony.

Embracing a fusion of modern aesthetics and funky vibes, Modernissimo is tailor-made for making a statement. Whether gracing the headlines of magazines, adorning the covers of albums, or accentuating the fronts of t-shirts, this font injects an electrifying energy into any design project it touches.

The uniqueness of each letter sparks a dynamic graphic vibe, breathing life into every word it forms. From sharp angles to playful curves, every element of Modernissimo serves to push the boundaries of traditional typography, inviting the viewer into a world of creative exploration.

But Modernissimo isn't just about making a splash in titles and headlines. Its versatility shines when paired with text fonts, offering a fresh and modern twist to body content. Whether as initial letters or scattered throughout paragraphs, it effortlessly infuses a sense of contemporary sophistication into any composition.

In a world where standing out is essential, Modernissimo rises to the occasion, offering a bold and vibrant tool for designers, creators, and innovators alike.

Designers: Giuseppe Salerno, Paco González

Publisher: Resistenza

Foundry: Resistenza

Design Owner: Resistenza

MyFonts debut: May 9, 2012


About Resistenza

Resistenza specializes in type-design, branding, calligraphy & lettering. Giuseppe Salerno and Paco González are the two founder, italian and spanish, their passion for writing and handcrafted lettering became their strenghts. Brushy types, calligraphic strokes, orginality in faces are their best distinguished characteristic. The first type was Afrobeat, a multiline circular type that grows up very fast and becase their first product on the list. But afterwards may other experiments more expressive like Berliner Fraktur, or an english copperplate like Copperlove bring Giuseppe Salerno's hand into a typeface. The Premium Foundry page can be viewed Here.

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