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Vitrina Font Family was designed by Pablo A. Medina and published by Design is Culture. Vitrina contains 1 styles.

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About Vitrina Font Family

Vitrina is a script based on letterforms painted on a window for a restaurant called "Latin American Cafeteria". Its quirky script forms are meant to evoke a sense of hand painted signage. Vitrina means "store front window" in Spanish.

Designers: Pablo A. Medina

Publisher: Design is Culture

Foundry: Design is Culture

Design Owner: Design is Culture

MyFonts debut: May 20, 2003


About Design is Culture

Design is Culture (previously known as Cubanica) is a font foundry and art and design studio that uses an active voice through type design, graphic design, fine art, photography and other media. Design is Culture was founded in 2001 by Pablo A. Medina to create a forum for Medina’s experimental and commercial work. Exhibitions have included the National Design Triennial at the National Design Museum, The Art Directors Club’s Young Guns III and American Institute of Graphic Arts’s Face Off exhibition. Our commercial clients include The Museum of Modern Art, Cyclops Productions, Teen People Magazine, Harper Collins Inc., and The Art Directors Club.