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Nahual Claw

Nahual Claw

by Rodrigo Navarro Bolado
Individual Styles from $32.00
Complete family of 2 fonts: $32.00
Nahual Claw Font Family was designed by published by Rodrigo Navarro Bolado. Nahual Claw contains 1 styles and family package options. More about this family
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Per Style: $16.00

Pack of 2 : $32.00

About Nahual Claw Font Family

From the depths of an antique civilization is born "Nahual" inspired by my ancestral Prehispanic Culture, with traits that allows it to mimetize itself, hours of painstaking dirty work with the only goal to show all it knows we want to see, to finally give the Jaguar "Serifclaw" attack. This is a display fontface, it comes in two types, "Claw" basically the text font, and "Copete" that are the construction pieces for every single glyph of the entire font, this last also has the negative spaces of some glyphs (a, e, o, A, B, O, for example) I include them but I prefer the font without them. Comments are welcome! rodrigonabo@gmail.com


Publisher: Rodrigo Navarro Bolado

Foundry: Rodrigo Navarro Bolado

Design Owner: Rodrigo Navarro Bolado

MyFonts debut: Dec 29, 2011

Nahual Claw

About Rodrigo Navarro Bolado

Sui géneris, is a term I believe describes me better because it's hard to include myself in a general idea or covering plurals, defining this as always seeking for authenticity -- because I feel dissatisfied with the standards. I define myself as a restless person, I like to experiment, try new things, trial and error, to know what's there to ask then how to do something different, play with and break things. Chaos is something that drives me to create, destroy things as to create new ones is part of my creative process for all new designs or images. Shocking, disturbing and leaving "something" in the viewers, an impression, a thought that remains, the goal is that -- leaving the viewer with an idea, good or bad, is not as crucial as getting the images remaining as a memorable souvenir.