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Trenda

Trenda

by Latinotype
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Complete family of 16 fonts: $199.00
Trenda Font Family was designed by Paula Nazal Selaive, Daniel Hernández and published by Latinotype. Trenda contains 16 styles and family package options.

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About Trenda Font Family


Designed by Daniel Hernández and Paula Nazal. Corrections and review by Alfonso García and Rodrigo Fuenzalida. Trenda is a geometric sans-serif typeface based on the uppercase of

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—a Latinotype font, released in 2013, that was very well received. This new typeface comes with a wider character set that offers a complete family of uppercase and lowercase in different weights. Trenda is a versatile easy-to-use functional display font with a strong personality, especially its uppercase, which makes the designer’s work easier. Trenda’s lightest and heaviest variants are ideal for display use while its middle weights work well with short and mid-length texts. This typeface has been designed especially for corporate projects, logotypes and publishing. Trenda comes in 8 weights, ranging from Thin to Heavy, and includes matching italics as well as small caps and alternates. The family contains a 634-character set that supports 206 different languages.

Designers: Paula Nazal Selaive, Daniel Hernández

Publisher: Latinotype

Foundry: Latinotype

Design Owner: Latinotype

MyFonts debut: Jan 18, 2017

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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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