Face behind typeface: Alejandro PaulUnder - Design, Typography
Latin American graphic design, illustration and typography have its own style and flavor. Myfonts.com recently interviewed Alejandro Paul, a Buenos Aires (Argentina) based type designer who setup Sudtipos foundry with three other associates. Read the interesting interview here. It is always great to see who is behind some of the loveliest fonts that we work with.
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One thought to “Face behind typeface: Alejandro Paul”
I was looking for some font inspiration for a Latin American classical CD I have been hired to design, when I came across your website. I just wanted to say that the look is beautiful – full of images, yet very clean and well put together, along with functionality. Well done!
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