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Snatch

Snatch

by Latinotype
Individual Styles from $19.00
Complete family of 10 fonts: $159.00
Snatch Font Family was designed by Bercz Studio, Rodrigo Fuenzalida, Latinotype Team, César Araya and published by Latinotype. Snatch contains 10 styles and family package options.

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About Snatch Font Family


Snatch is a dynamic and expressive type system designed for impassioned and unprejudiced creative directors who look to combine the rough with the sexy. The font is well-suited for publishing projects, branding and packaging. Snatch is composed of three sections: a group of sharp-shaped uppercase fonts (small caps and all caps) in 5 weights, a set of script catchwords and eclectic sets of dingbats and flags that communicate the blue-sky thinking and feel of the project. Snatch—a collaborative project between Bercz and Latinotype Team—is the wild, condensed sister of BOWIE and it was developed by Valentina Vega, Rodrigo Fuenzalida and César Araya, under the supervision of Dany Berczeller, Daniel Hernández y Luciano Vergara. The family consists of 5 weights, ranging from Thin to Black, and comes with a 679-character set that supports 206 languages.

Designers: Bercz Studio, Rodrigo Fuenzalida, Latinotype Team, César Araya

Publisher: Latinotype

Foundry: Latinotype

Design Owner: Latinotype

MyFonts debut: Dec 6, 2016

Snatch

About Latinotype

Based in Concepción and Santiago, Chile, Latinotype’s founders say, “Our goal is to design new typefaces remixing diverse influences related to our South American identity with high quality products for the contemporary design industry.” And the duo have been doing just that since their foundry’s creation in 2007. One of the most successful foundries on MyFonts in recent years, Luciano Vergara and Daniel Hernández, have put together a rapidly growing collection of typefaces in a wide array of genres. Specializing in colorful display and script faces, the group’s name “Latinotype” emphasizes the strong tie they feel to their cultural identity.The Premium foundry page can be viewed Here.

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