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Pop Manta

Pop Manta™

by Kickingbird
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Pop Manta Font Family was designed by published by Kickingbird. Pop Manta contains 1 styles. More about this family
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About Pop Manta Font Family


Pop Manta delivers the perfect punch when impact is needed. Useful on everything from boxes of bubble gum to pro wrestling posters. Pop Manta has been described as "Morris Fuller Benton meets Roy Lichtenstein". Benton's 1903 neo-grotesque letter shapes set to a Pop Art beat. With over 650 glyphs, characters, symbols and ornaments, Pop Manta is a complete design kit in one font. A full range of accents and extras allows Pop Manta to speak well over 70 languages. Including: Afrikaans, Basque, Breton, Catalan, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, Gaelic, German, Icelandic, Indonesian, Irish, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Sami, Spanish, Swahili, Swedish, Croatian (Latin), Czech, Estonian, Hungarian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Polish, Romanian, Serbian (Latin), Slovak, Slovenian, Turkish, Afar, Azerbaijani, Belarusian (Latin), Chichewa, Croatian (Latin), Gikuyu, Greenlandic, Guarani, Igo/Igbo, Kuskokwim, Luba (Ciluba), Malay, isiNdebele, Oromo, Pilipino/Tagalog, Setswana, Sidamo, Somali, Sotho (Northern and Southern), Swazi, XiTsonga, Tuareg, Uzbek (Latin), Vietnamese, Welsh, isiXhosa, Yoruba, and isiZulu.

Designers:

Publisher: Kickingbird

Foundry: Kickingbird

Design Owner: Kickingbird

MyFonts debut: Jul 9, 2009

Pop Manta™ is a trademark of Kickingbird Fonts.

About Kickingbird

A foundry with a home in Catalunya. Kickingbird font work takes place in the quiet treehouse headquarters near a former Barcelona textile homestead. Font sketches are completed anywhere a notebook is handy... in the cafes of Gràcia, on the RENFE railway or outside the cloisters of Santa Maria del Mar. Font design inspiration comes from many sources. Faded broadside wall manifestoes in Ravel, broken floor tiles washed up on the shores of Vilassar de Mar or from old cigar boxes found at the Mercat de Sant Antoni...