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Colombian type design

[Cesar Puertas and Carlos Fabian Camargo Guerrero codesigned Bolívar in 2007, which is based upon the handwriting of El Libertador himself]


Adrian Muñoz

Medellin, Colombia-based designer of a decorative caps alphabet in 2016 that was showcased at a defunct Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alberto Alvarez

Medellin, Colombia-based designer of Mani (2018, prismatic caps) and Niyo (2018, a hyper-decorative typeface). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alberto Miani

Art design student in Bogota, Colombia. He created the handsome tall condensed hand-drawn poster typeface Hello in 2012. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ale Casor

Bogota, Colombia-based designer of the experimental typeface Circonica (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alejandra Bustos

Bogota, Colombia-based designer of the curly Wayuu culture-inspired typeface Jerulaa (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alejandra Hidalgo

Bogota, Colombia-based designer of Fragmenta (2014, sans typeface). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alejandra Rodriguez

Bogota, Colombia-based creator of Montaga (2012), a free font published at Google Web Fonts. Montaga is a roman font in the Trajan style, with a lower case added.

In 2014, she designed the grid-and-circle-based typeface Risk.

Old Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alejandra Wilches

Graphic designer in Bogota, Columbia, who created Minoria (2012, hexagonal).

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alejandro Hoyos

During his studies in Medellin, Colombia, Alejandro Hoyos created the typeface Brush Type (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alejandro Monsalve

Born in Cali, and a resident of Bogota, graphic designer Alejandro Monsalve created a squarish 3d display face in 2012. In 2014, he added the straight-edged sci-fi typeface Future Punk. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alejo Velásquez

Medellin, Colombia-based designer of a multiline typeface in 2012.

In 2013, he added a paper-fold typeface. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alex Sarmiento

Illustrator and graphic designer in Colombia. Behance link.

He created these typefaces in 2012: Geometria Insolente, Nadaland, Apt. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alex Valencia Torres

Graphic designer and illustrator in El Cerrito, Colombia. Creator of Broken Circle Font (2014) and 7 Days Font (2014). The latter font was a class project created for the movie poster 7 Days in Havana. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alexa Lalinde

Bogota, Colombia-based designer of the pointillist typeface BS Point Ink (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alexander Barranco

Bogota, Colombia-based designer of the art deco typeface family Bat Murcielago (2015), which is claimed to be free, but no download link is provided. [Google] [More]  ⦿


Type and graphic design company in Bogota, Colombia. Creators of the modular and rounded angular typeface Bagata (2010). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Allan Diego

Colombian designer of the free Sao Paulo-style graffiti font Muro SP (2020). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ana Franco

Medellin, Colombia-based designer of the squarish typeface Innerium (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ana Grajales

Bogota, Colombia-based designer of the uppercase art deco typeface QBIL (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ana Maria Rodriguez

Bogota, Colombia-based designer of Bloco (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

[Carlos Fabián Camargo Guerrero]

Bogotá-based Colombian graphic design studio and type foundry Andinistas was founded in 1998 by Carlos Fabián Camargo Guerrero, Lennyn Salinas, Mariangeles Valero, Juan Carlos Valero, Jorge Alexander Camargo Guerrero, Rafael Rincón, and Jordi Teres. It was first located in Caracas, Venezuela, but moved in 2003 to Bogotá, Colombia. New names in its organization include Alexander Moreno. Many of its designers are Venezuelan.

Among their typefaces: Nikona, Magola (2008, puffy script), Angelita, Pepelepu, Zerotipo, Skuke, Retro, Radio Bemba, Pumarosa, Pr1, Oficia, Nativa, Mongol (free), Lirrot, Leroy (1999-2008, computer screen stripes), Leroy Dingbats (1998-2008), Hiroformica, Hibrida, Guerilla, Guerilla Outline, Gruada, Gancho Petare, Escuedra, Esbelta, DSNett, dia-D, Download, Denego, Cristal, Codiga, Codiga Icon, Codiga Destroy, Codiga Codec, Chacao Petare, Cazon Gothic, Boa, Biol, Ave-cedario, Anaira.

Cazon (2007, Camargo Guerrero) is a family of calligraphic origin consisting of 7 styles: Gris, Negra, Uno, Dos, Tres, Dingbats A and B and is based on the paintbrush letters found in the popular markets of La Guaira, Caracas. This family won an award in the experimental typeface category at Tipos Latinos 2008. Lirrot (2007) is a 6-style grunge handwriting typeface bordering on the psychotic, and comes with Lirrot Dingbats. It too won an award at Tipos Latinos 2008.

PP Lepu (1998-2008) is pixel grunge. Josefina (+Dingbats1) is a curly script also made in 2008. Navaja (2008) and Diad are collections of grunge fonts with grungy dingbats. Lucrecia 1 through 3 (2008) is a fat connected script family ranging from clean to splattered.

Telesforo (2008) radiates anger from its brushy grungy limbs. Telesforo Black won an award at Tiupos Latinos 2012. Ninja 1 and Ninja 2 (2008) are script fonts, and are accompanied by Ninja Dingbats (2008). Dsnet (2008) is a 6-style bare-bones rounded squarish family. Flaminia and Flaminia Dingbats (2008) are useful for food-related signage. Modelia (2008) is thick, informal, and looks like it was brushdrawn. Modelia won an award at Tipos Latinos 2010. Filomena (2008) is a brush family with a goth theme and an accompanying goth dingbats. Obdulia (2008) and Floro (2008) are extreme mural grunge fonts. Marimonda (2009) is grunge calligraphy.

Typefaces from 2012: Demetria (a hellish script), Ciclope (army stencil), Meteora (a sturdy weathered family), Kamuy (a grunge typeface, with dingbats, that links to Asian comic style lettering, and Japan in the Pacific War), Naturalia (an informal sans family).

In 2013, he made Gluten (a poster typeface family), Bengala Script (a distant relative of Mistral), Chef Script (a large signage script influenced by Ross F. George's Speedball lettering manual (1957)), Chef Script Dingbats (hilarious restaurant dings and fists), Sumergible Script.

Typefaces from 2014: Citronela (cartoon or Caribbean hotel signage font family), Bemol (a set of script fonts in craftsman style), Nemocon (creamy script), Acustica (a calligraphic Acustica Script, with didone Acustica Caps, and a decorative Acustica Dingbats), Cereal (+ Script (a vampire script), Skin and Dingbats).

Typefaces from 2015: Draw (which includes a gorgeous calligraphic Draw Script), Coffee Break (signage script family, +dingbats), Solar (a set of seven handcrafted styles).

Typefaces from 2016: Enjoy (Script, Caps).

Typefaces from 2017: Warhol (irregular scripts), Makeup (a crayon font by Carlos Guerrero and Carolina Suarez).

Typefaces from 2018: Bechamel (a delicious curly brush script), Bechamel Roman (based on the unicase letterings of the movie Willy Wonka and the chocolate factory), Stevia (script).

Typefaces from 2019: Bleak (an experimental layerable font inspired by wood type, Piet Zwart, Lissitzky and van Doesburg), Nutcake CatchWords.

Sonora won an award at Tipos Latinos 2014. Combine Script and Combine Caps (layerable colorable fonts), and Nemocon, won awards at Tipos Latinos 2016. Winner at Tipos Latinos 2018 for Clothing, a titling typeface published at Andinistas by Camilo Zamora and Carlos Fabian Camargo.

Typefaces from 2020: Cherrypie (a food packaging script), Rapsodia (a decorative all-caps family with curl, spurs, Victorian details, and decadent frills).

Typefaces from 2021: Visible (an inky script family), Caribe (Script, Caps, Shields).

View the typefaces designed by Andinistas.

Klingspor link. Dafont link. Behance link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Andrea Campiño Blanco

Cali, Colombia-based designer of the handcrafted Abecedario Ilustrado (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Andres Arturo Avila

Colombian graphic and type designer, b. Cali, 1976. He has an undergraduate degree from Instituto Departamental de Bellas Artes in Cali (1996-2001), and Masters degrees in corporate identity (from ELISAVA in Barcelona, 2006-2007) and in type design (from IED in Madrid, 2012).

In 2012, he created the sans typeface Nerea (Comando Cran). This typeface was a school project at IED in Madrid. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Andres Camilo Sanchez Moreno

Bogota, Colombia-based designer of an untitled ribbon typeface in 2013. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Andres Felipe

Ibagué (Bogota), Colombia-based creator of the graffiti font Andone (2012) and the school project font Genesis (2014). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Andres Felipe Buendia

Cali, Colombia-based creator of the partly dotted typeface Contin (2014). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Andres Hurtado

Designer in Cali, Colombia, of the experimental typeface Tipos Antiguos (2013) that was inspired by pre-Colombian art. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Andres Moreno Walter
[Nima Type (or: Nima Visual)]

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Andres Pachon

Graphic designer in Bogota, Colombia, who created the typeface Menu in 2014. Menu is a rounded informal and very "Latin" typeface. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Andres Ramirez
[Vastago Studio]

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Andres Salas

Pasto, Colombia-based student-designer (at Universidad de Nariño) of the straight and sharp-edged shadow typeface Levedge AS (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Angela Sanchez

Bogota, Colombia-based designer of Origami Font (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Angelica Cardona

Graphic designer in Bogota, Colombia, who published the free AI-format rounded sans all caps typeface Alvania in 2017. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Angelica Diaz

(Colombian?) creator of Esteban (2012, Google Web Fonts). She explains this text typeface as follows: One of the most important features of Esteban is its stroke, that loses or gains weight in the stems. This feature was defined from the manuscripts of Jorge Alfredo Díaz Esteban, a writer who used a tool that can generate modulated strokes. This means the stroke width varies due to the pressure of the pen on the paper, and this quality allows the font to have a presence on the page that makes texts more dynamic.

Ruluko (2012, Google Web Fonts) is a free typeface created by Ana Sanfelippo, A. Díaz and M. Hernández. Google: Ruluko is a typeface designed to aid those learning to read. The shapes you see are related to the handwriting typically used at schools in Argentina. The concept is that those who have learned to read this handwriting style may recognise this type style more easily than other typefaces often used in this context. But as a warm and stylish sans serif text type, you may use Ruluko for any purpose. Ruluko won an award in the text category at Tipos Latinos 2012. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Angelica Parra

Based in Bogota, Colombia, Angelica Parra designed the retro script typeface Grafa Script (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Angelica Villate Rodriguez

During her studies in Bogota, Columbia, Angelica Villate Rodriguez created the fat rounded poster typeface Funny Type (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Angie Neira

Barcelona-based Colombia-born designer of the text typeface Ninive (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Angie Plazas

Bogota, Colombia-based designer of the connect-the-dots typeface Astro (2019, with Natalia Chavez). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Antonio Espinosa de\los Monteros

Spanish printer, b. Sevilla, 1746. He left for Cartagena, Colombia, where he arrived in 1769 to start his own press. At the invitation of the viceking, he left for Santafe de Bogota where he took over the old Jesuit Brothers press. His son Bruno later continued the Imprenta Real there.

His descendant in Bogota, Colmobia, David Espinosa designed the old style typeface Monteros based on his work. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Antony Rodriguez

Bogota, Colombia-based graphic designer who created the prismatic typeface Refrán (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Bastarda Type (was: No Name Type Foundry)
[Sebastian Castellanos De La Hoz]

Bogota, Colombia-based outfit, est. 2017 by Jason Guzman, Sebastian Castellanos and Federico Parra. Type designers associated with Bastardatype in 2022 included Oscar Guerrero, Julian Moncada and Fer Cozzi. Sebastian Castellanos graduated from the MATD program at the University of Reading in 2015. His graduation project was Orca (2015). It covers Latin, Greek and Thai: Orca was inspired by alcoholic beverage labels. It is constructed of a blend of sharp serifs and brush out-strokes which create a dynamic combination of angular lines and curves.

The list of type designs:

  • Orca and Orca Display (by Sebastian Castellanos and Jason Guzman). The semi-stencil Orca Display won an award at Tipos Latinos 2018. Orca was inspired by alcoholic beverage labels. It is characterized by sharp serifs, a large x-height, moderate ascenders and descenders, and wide proportions. It covers Latin, Greek and Thai.
  • Magma (Federico Parra). A psychedelic all caps typeface.
  • Central. A handcrafted American gothic custom-designed for Central Cevicheria in Bogota.
  • BT Barbara (2018). A flared typeface done with Fernanda Cozzi.
  • BT Brutman (2020). An angular text typeface inspired by brutalist architecture.
  • BT Orca and BT Orca Display.
  • BT Lamina (2019).
  • BT Salsa (2019).
  • Kiffo Sans (2019), later called BT Kiffo.
  • Stewar Variable (2022). Unknown designer.
  • Gregor (2021, Oscar Guerrero). A hybrid sans serif typeface family with two variants, Upright and Slanted. The design is inspired by some advertising graphic designs used in the United States during the 60's and 70's.
  • Super BT (2022). Unknown designer.

Old URL. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Brayan Chisica

Bogota, Colombia-based student-designer of the oriental brush typeface Burajan (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Brin Steven Alborniz

Palmira, Colombia-based designer of the horror movie font The Cramps (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Camila Andrea Sanchez Alzate

During her studies in Bogota, Colombia, Camila Andrea Sanchez Alzate designed the script typeface Margherita (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Camila Burgos

Bogota, Colombia-based designer of the stylish avant garde display typeface Geometrica (2016), which was inspired by Jacques Tati's movie Play Time (1973). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Camila Castaño Barco

Cali, Colombia-based designer, who, during her studies at Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, created the modular decorative caps typeface Camicb (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Camila Quintana

Cali, Colombia-based student-designer of the handcrafted font Royals (2014). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Camila Spindola

Based in Bogota, Colombia, Camila Spindola created the decorative bike-themed all caps typeface Bicidelia in 2014. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Camilo Alzate Duque

Camilo Alzate is from Medellin, Colombia. In 2012, he graduated from the type design program at FADU UBA (University of Buenos Aires), where his graduation work consisted of the informal typeface Sabrosa (2012).

In 2013, he created the warm text typeface Colemica.

Behance link. Another Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Camilo Cuartas

Bogota, Colmbia-based graphic designer who craeted the ornamental caps typeface Alfabelico (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Camilo Gutiérrez

Cali, Colombia-based designer of the (lower case only) striking Swiss sans typeface Crosslink (2014). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Camilo Parodi

Creator of Kami-Geisha (2009, Fontcapture), a scanbat font with a geisha-themed human alphabet. Born in 1984, Camilo is based in Colombia. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Camilo Ruano

Colombian designer (b. 1981) of the children's book typeface Micolas (2013). Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Camilo Zamora Herrera

Bogota, Colombia-based designer who was inspired by Japanese robots (mechas) like Mazinger and Jeeg Robot when he created the octagonal techno typeface Getter (2014) advertized as Bogotá cyberpunk. Winner at Tipos Latinos 2018 for Clothing, a titling typeface published at Andinistas by Camilo Zamora and Carlos Fabian Camargo. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Carfox Steven

Ibagué, Colombia-based designer of the planet-inspired connect-the-dots typeface Cosmica (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Carlo Pico

Bogota, Colombia-based designer (b. 1978) of the modular sans typeface Distrito (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Carlos Andres Martinez

Colombian art student, b. 1987. Designer of the hand-printed font Karu (2009). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Carlos Aranzazu Lopez

Bogota, Colombia-based typographer and type designer who created these typefaces in 2013: Curva, Sofona T, Sofona 3 (elliptical sans), Magica (display sans), Eclipta (squarish face). In 2010, he released the sans typeface Soflight. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Carlos Ardila Gonzalez

Bogota, Colombia-based student-designer of Duo Contrast Font (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Carlos Contreras

Bogota, Colombia-based designer of the display typeface Prometheus (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Carlos Elías Cabrices Herrera

Born in Caracas, carlos now lives in Bogota. He created these typefaces in 2012: Piscis (pixel face), Sprockets (a grunge face). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Carlos Fabián Camargo Guerrero

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Carlos Fabián Camargo Guerrero

Venezuelan graphic and type designer (b. San Cristóbal, Estado Táchira, Venezuela, 1977). He studied Graphic Design between 1995 and 1998 in the Instituto Universitario de Tecnología Antonio José de Sucre (IUTAJS) Extensión Mérida, Venezuela. He runs the design studio Andinistas in Bogotá, Colombia, which he set up in 1998 with a few others. Creator of the beautiful typeface Cazon (1999-2007, a grunge script in 7 styles that includes Gris, Negra, Uno, Dos, Tres, Dingbats A and B) and of Escuadra (2003), Biologia (2003), Denedo (2003; the discussion by typophiles centers around how interesting this 3d font is experimentally---a bit like the type version of M.C. Escher's drawings, full of impossibilities), Modelia (2006), Nikona and Nikona Dual (2006, octagonal, with Rafael Rincón), Avecedario, Btamax (1999-2008, comic book style and grunge), Día D, Nativa, Codiga Icons (dingbats), Codiga (1999-2007, an 8-style octagonal family including Codiga Stencil and Codiga Dingbats), Codiga Pura (octagonal face), Pepelepu, Gancho petare, Guerrilla, and Hirofórmica (grunge). His calligraphic script family Panamericana (2007) comes in many grungy and experimental flavors: Blanca, Gris, Negra, Uno, Dos, Tres, Cuatro, Cinco, Seis and Dingbats. With María Angélica Estrada Cano, he designed the hand-drawn font families Makika (2007) and Lita (2007; in five styles---Gris, Negra, Humo, Molis, and Dingbats). His blog. In the area of combat-ready explosion-inspired letters and dingbats, check his eight-weight family Hiroformica (2007, Andinistas; for a free version, see DaFont). In 2007, he created the calligraphic grunge family Rosadelia, and the grunge lettering and crow dingbats family Gancho Petare. In 2008, he published Heleodora (beautiful scratchy hand), Magola (Negra, Supra Negra and Stencil), Navaja 1 through 4 (a collection of grunge fonts with grungy dingbats), Lucrecia 1 through 3 (a fat connected script family ranging from clean to splattered), Pomarosa (irregular hand) and Pomarosa Dingbats, Bochalema (+Dingbats, a comic book family), and Alcira 1 through 3 (nice scribbly grunge scripts).

In 2020, he designed Man Ray (a wild and weathered calligraphic font, and a pirate era weathered caps typeface). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Carlos Fernandez

During his studies in Barranquilla, Colombia, Carlos Fernandez created the modular squarish typeface Kafr (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Carlos Javier Cifuentes Rojas

Graphic designer in Bogota, Colombia, who created the orange-inspired display typeface Citrus (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Carlos Sanchez

Bucaramanga, Colombia-based designer of the warm display typeface Colombia (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Carolina Consuegra

Bogota, Colombia-based designer of Stampino Script (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Carolina Mejia Villegas

Medellin, Colombia-based designer (b. 1972) who graduated from UPB University in 1998. Creator of the free hand-printed typefaces Astrid (2012), Yelly (2006), Margorosa (2006), Luna (2006), Lush (2006), and CaroHand (2012).

At iFontMaker, she created the hand-printed typefaces Enjoy (2012, stencilish), Oats Bold (2012) and Oats.

She started selling her own fonts in 2013. Commercial, mostly hand-drawn, typefaces from 2014 include Grilled Font, Roman Classic, Kimble, Doggie Bold, Doggie, Yuju, First Step, Farmer, Nigel, Lola, Barrel and Enjoy. Typefaces from 2013: Freelast, Heats Dingbats, Fresh Regular, Chispa, Freshitalic, Cristian, Chains Condensed, Melisa, Chains, Paty, Slim, Miranda, Tiny Script, Snow, Second Chance, Simplecaps.

Typefaces from 2015: Afinity (brushed typeface), Quakes, Dalina Script, Bonita, Caro Thin, Great Font, Fini Font, Grilled Ornaments, Finetrace (architectural style alphabet).

Fontspace link. Dafont link. Creative Market link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Carolina Parra Sanchez

During her studies at Universidad de los Andes in Bogota, Colombia, Carolina Parra Sanchez designed the handcrafted typefaces Miroir Brisé (2015) and Orfeo (2015), both based on the famous movie by Jean Cocteau. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Carolina Suarez

Type designer in Bogota, Colombia. In 2017, Carlos Guerrero and Carolina Suarez co-designed the crayon font Makeup. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Cassandra Lee

Hong Kong-based designer of Uncanny (2016), an original design for the photo book, Hong Kong: Uncanny City. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Catalina Gutierrez

Bogota, Colombia-based designer of the blackletter typeface Germanica (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Catalina Mazo Arango

Graphic designer in Medellin, Colombia. Creator of the fat monoline all caps sans typeface Plus (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Catalina Ossa

Medellin, Colombia-based designer of the children's book typeface Tipografia Infantil (2014). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Catalina Uribe Jaramillo

Manizales, Colombia-based designer of the display typeface Caliste (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

César Puertas

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Christian Gamba Pardo

Freelance Colombian designer who specializes in lettering, editorial design, and illustration. He produced several icon fonts related to topics of nature and Colombian culture: Aguadija (2020: floral icons based on orchids), Calle 26 (2020: based on graffiti art by Guache, Toxicomano and DjLu). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Christian Gamba Pardo

Designer in Bogota, Colombia, who made the street art icon typeface Calle26 (2016) and the flowery icon font Aguadija (2015-2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Claudia Sanchez

Claudia Sanchez (Santiago de Cali, Colombia) designed the Latin display typeface oddly named Cirilica (2012) and the experimental alphabet HiTu (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Corradine Fonts
[Manuel Eduardo Corradine]

Manuel Eduardo Corradine Mora was born in Bogotá in 1973. He graduated from the School of Graphic Design of the National University of Colombia in 1996, and became a graphic designer. He started by custom-designing fonts and by making typefaces for his own company, Casa Papelera El Cedro (The Cedar Papermaking House), for printing invitation cards. With other designers like Carlos Fabián Camargo, John Vargas and César Puertas he formed Tipográfico in 2007 to strengthen the type discipline in Colombia. Corradine Fonts is Manuel Corradine's own foundry in Bogotá, Colombia, founded in 2006. Today, he is one of Colombia's principal type designers. He also teaches at Universidad Piloto de Colombia in Bogota.

Fonts from 2007: Kidwriting (a family which includes Kidwriting Dingbats 1 and 2), Garabata (a fantastic handwriting face), Garabata Dingbats, Hexagona Digital, Quadrat (grunge), Quadrat Old (grunge), Quadrat Dirty (grunge), Quadrat Broken, Quadrat Ugly, Neogot (experimental, 8 styles).

Fonts from 2008: Mucura (handwriting), Prissa (handwriting), Salpicon (a script), Cuento Serif (a bouncy hand-printed family), Memoria (brush script), Charco, Happy Day (comic book family with Happy Day Dingbats), Espectro (a swinging script with swashes and a Dingbats style), Furia (handwriting), Candelaria (based on house signs in the La Candelaria neighborhood of Bogotá), Old Village (1600's style), Old Village Ornaments, Rapidda (a successful simulation of quick handwriting), Hueca (an outline children's script), Antigua (an old swashbuckler family), Colegial (a great-looking hand script), Pincel (a fantastic paint brush family with accompanying splatter dingbats), Trazo (Corradine's handwriting), Arcos (a techno family), Caveman (a primitive stone-look type family), Rumba (two styles; an elegant flowing brush script), Parche (graffiti family), Elegance Monoline (a greeting card script typeface that won an award at Tipos Latinos 2008), Abuelito (script).

Fonts from 2009: Helga (flowing script), Mussica (+Swash, +Antiqued: a delicate Victorian typeface; followed in 2017 by Mussica Italic), Guarapo (hand-printed), Toxic (futuristic stencil), Emotion (comic book face), Bloque 3D, Rock and Cola, Betco's Hand, Telefante (comic book family), Nancy's Hand (more comic book hand-printing), Alambre (multiline/paperclip), Sensual (calligraphic hand), Zape (in the style of Tekton), Antrax Tech (grunge), Masato (handwriting), Hu Kou (oriental simulation).

Fonts fgrom 2010: Miel (a curly script), Oferta (a signage script), Corradine Handwriting (and Corradine Handwriting Italic, 2015), Alberto (connected hand), Changua (hand-printed).

Fonts from 2011: Plebeya (2011, connected hand), Mimi's Hand Connected, Legendaria (an extensive connected calligraphic family).

Fonts from 2012: Tecna (a techno family co-designed with Sergio Ramirez), Neuron (a fantastic 16-style rounded elliptical sans family created together with Sergio Ramirez), Bucanera Soft (blackletter), Bucanera Antiqued (grungy blackletter), Official (a simple monoline sans family), Almibar (a connected calligraphic Spencerian script), Eterea (a roman all-caps family), Eterea LC (the lower case set), Canciller (an italic roman, done with Sergio Ramirez), Quarzo (2012, a formal copperplate script done with Sergio Ramirez).

Typefaces from 2013: Neuron Angled (still with Sergio Ramirez), Alianza Slab (a great-looking slab family), Alianza Italic and Alianza Script (a packaging font), all made jointly by Manuel Eduardo Corradine and Sergio Ramirez.

Typefaces from 2014: Whisky (a large blackletter family with inlines and fills for layering co-designed with Sergio Ramirez; related to German expressionism, it won an award at Tipos Latinos 2016), Whisky Italics, Beauty Script (with Juan Sebastian Rincon), Emblema and Emblema Headline (tall-legged art deco sans family by Duvan Cardenas), Wild Pen (a 1200-glyph set of typefaces that can be used to simulate handwriting thanks to smart replacements in Opentype), Sinffonia (a thin informal typeface with oodles of choices for swashes).

Typefaces from 2015: Be Creative (a vintage display typeface), Typnic (a varied handcrafted layered and script typeface family; rhymes with picnic), Typnic Headline Slab.

Typefaces from 2016: Naugles (thick display face based on the Naugles logo), Scrans (a modern signage script), Bloque (heavy slab family), Bloque Italic.

Typefaces from 2017: Cristal (layered, triangulated and beveled font family, including exquisite Cristal Dingbats and Cristal Frames), Almibar Pro (connected calligraphic script).

Typefaces from 2018: Tierra Script, Pueblito (rustic style).

Typefaces from 2019: Austera Text (a comfortable workhorse serif).

Typefaces from 2020: Kidwriting Pro.

Klingspor link. Behance link. Creative Market link. MyFonts link. Fontspring link. Font Squirrel link.

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Cristian Andre

Cristian and Andre (Bucaramanga, Colombia) co-designed the display typeface Vista (2013) with Carrillo Diaz. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Cristian Andrés Martinez Soto

Born in 1990 in Colombia, Cristian Andrés Martinez Soto (CS Design) created CS Design Fabrice de Ideas (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Cristian Camilo Otalvaro Lopez

Pereira, Colombia-based designer (b. 1993) of the modular typeface Riotun (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Cristian Lopez

Graphic designer at Leo Burnett Colombia in Bogota. In 2017, he created the free Greek simulation typeface Hector, the free blackletter typeface Santiago and the free vector format bicolored typeface Adan. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Cristian Tarapues

Cali, Colombia-based designer of the decorative caps typefaces Ice Monsters (2016) and Identipo (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Cristian Vargas

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Colombian designer (b. 2000) of the wavy typeface Nocturne (2021). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Daniel Cantor Triana

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Daniel Dobleu

Bogota, Colombia-based designer of the free handcrafted typeface Wakkala (2016). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Daniel Duran Martinez

Based in Cali, Colombia, Daniel Duran Martinez created the art deco typeface Chrysler in 2013. It was inspired by the architecture of the Chrysler building. He also made the hand-printed Inquisitor font (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Daniel Herrera

Designer in Medellin, Colombia. For the Panamanian design agency Atomo, he created a connect-the-dots logotype called Atomo (2013). Vinnie Six Rounds (2013) is a Western typeface based on the movie Pulp Fiction. It was co-designed with Pedro Javier Arbelaez and Jorge Arias Flores. With Julian Betancur Mira, he co-designed the tattoo font Sailor Jerry (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Daniel Montes Gutierrez

Design student at Universidad Icesi in Cali, Colombia. Creator of the monoline techno typeface Miura Montes (2012), which was influenced by the style of the Lamborghini Miura. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Daniel Ochoa

Visual designer in Medellin, Colombia, who created the compass-and-ruler typeface Daoa (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Daniel Ramirez Pinzon

Bogota, Colombia-based designer of the connected poster typeface semana Fusion (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Daniel Rios

Graphic designer in Armenia, Colombia, who created a display typeface in 2017. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Daniel Sanabria

Bogota, Colombia-based designer of the script typefaces El Flaneur (2017) and Nocturna (2015). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Daniel Turriago

Bogota, Colombia-based designer of the puzzle-themed typeface Puzzle (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Daniela Bermudez

Cali, Colombia-based designer of the dystopian typeface Darkrise (2019). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Daniela Buitrago

During her studies at the Emily Carr University of Art and Design in Vancouver, Daniela Buitrago (b. Bogota, Colombia) created a modular dot matrix alphabet (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Daniela Santamaria

Cali, Colombia-based designer of a Benguiat-inspired display typeface in 2019. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Danilo Campaña

As a student at Universidad de Nariño, Danilo Fernando Campaña Piscal (Pasto, Colombia) created an arched display typeface (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Danna Guzman

Colombian designer of Connecting Dots (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Danny Gomez

Danny Gomez is from Medellin, Colombia. He created Eyeless D (2013), Yael D Book (2013) and Mattibold (2013, painted look). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Danny Guerra

Pasto, Colombia-based designer of an untitled avant garde typeface (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Darly Ospina

Medellin, Colombia-based designer of the formal calligraphic typeface Elda Maria (2019). [Google] [More]  ⦿

David Espinosa

Designer and art director in Bogotá, Colombia. His typeface Desf (2011) is completely based on a grid and compass construction. It is a funky display typeface designed for advertisements or labels.

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

David Fernando Espinosa Martínez
[Type Sailor]

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David Gutierrez

London-based designer of the multiline display typeface Vortex (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

David Kunst

Pasto, Colombia-based designer of the modular typeface Bang (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Denise Kovalski

Bogota, Colombia-based designer of the modular typeface Digifomp (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Deyvi D. Villamil Rojas

Designer from Bogota, Colombia. He created a hexagonal grid-based typeface in 2012. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Diana Cespedes

Graphic designer in Bogota, Colombia, who created the organic typeface Natural in 2019. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Diana Cespedes

Bogota, Colombia-based designer of the organic typeface Natural (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Diana Katerine Idrobo Martinez

Designer of the free Colombian sign language typeface Lengua Senas Colombiana (2020). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Diana Velasquez

Medellin, Colombia-based designer of an untitled poster typeface in 2013. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Diana Yineri Vergara Bolaños

Diana Yineri Vergara Bolaños (Bogota, Colombia) designed Waxfont (2013, a dripping blood typeface). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Diego Alberto Valencia

Proofreader and book designer from Bogotá, Colombia. He has a degree in Social Communication from Universidad Javeriana and a MA in Theory&History of Typography&Graphic Communication from the University of Reading. Furthermore, he is s"Creative Director at Página Maestra Editores. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Diego Alejandro Hoyos Beltrán

Graphic designer in Medellin, Colombia. Together with Catalina Bustamante and Maria Luisa Arias, he created a stencil typeface called Fortune (2013).

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Diego Amaya

Bogota, Colombia-based designer of the rounded sans display typeface Radioactive (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Diego F. Zambrano

Bogota, Colombia-based graphic designer who created the free shaded vector format display typeface Meteora (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Diego Jaramillo

During his studies, Diego Jaramillo (Pasto, Colombia) designed the stitching typeface JardEmpire (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Diego Olaya

Bogota, Colombia-based designer (b. 1991) of the script typeface Baldo (2012).

Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Diego Sebastian

Bogota, Colombia-based designer of the six-style all caps sans typeface family Aureum (2015). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Diego Segura

During his industrial design studies at the Universidad Jorge Tadeo Lozano de Bogota, Columbia, Diego Segura created the counterless modular typeface Proporcion (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Dmnt Sinister

Bogota, Colombia-based student-designer of Demonic (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Duque Ecatorce

Duque Ecatorce is a trio of Bogota, Colombia-based designers, Camilo Ruano, Jaime Jimenez and Alejandro Cusso. Together, they created the free experimental iFontmaker typeface Duque E14 (2018). The designers explain: Two days after the presidential election in Colombia, evidence of fraud came out on the news and social media. Application forms E14, where judges registered the number of votes for each candidate obtained in each table, had been altered. Blank spaces had become numbers that favored the candidate Ivan Duque, who was supported by the Uribismo, the political force that has governed the country over the last 16 years. Based on the irregular numbers with which the forms were altered, we designed the complete font that we launched for free with the name of Duque E14. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Duvan Cardenas

Bogota, Colombia-based type designer who created the gorgeous tall-legged art deco typefaces Emblema (2014) and Emblema Headline (2014, Corradine Fonts). The latter 52-style typeface family can be layered.

Typefaces from 2016: Triunfo (a curvy slab serif done with Manuel Eduardo Corradine).

Typefaces from 2017: Delirio (script, +Dingbats: free demo), Delirio Layers. Creative Market link. Behance link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Edgar Rozo

Illustrator in Bogota, Colombia. His Rock Al Parque typographic poster (2014) made me chuckle. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Eduard Martinez

Bogota, Colombia-basd designer of the hexagonal typeface Hexatrap (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Edzson Cardenas

Bogota, Colombia-based designer of Guarama (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

El Nacho

Medellin, Colombia-based designer of the techno typeface Green Raven (2011). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Enrique Arellano
[Estudio Arellano Type Foundry]

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Ensamble y Tipos

Colombian typographic design cooperative which created a set of experimental poster typefaces that won an award at Tipos Latinos 2016. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Esteban Corzo

Bogota, Colombia-based designer of Yuiangel 111 You Cannot Write (2020). He was inspired by the Dead Sea Scrolls shown in the opening of Neon Genesis Evangelion. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Esteban Muñoz Sarmiento

Aka The Recon Legend, this Colombian designer created the tall typeface The Recon Legend (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Estefania Arango Suarez

During her studies, Barranquilla, Colombia-based Estefania Arango Suarez designed Rounded Font (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Estudio Arellano Type Foundry
[Enrique Arellano]

Enrique Arellano (b. Colombia) runs Estudio Arellano Type Foundry in Mexico City. Behance link. Creator of Barata Display (2012, a free signage typeface).

In 2013, Arellano went commercial. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Estudio Calderon
[Felipe Calderón]

Felipe Calderón Arteaga is a graduate of the Academy of Professional Drawing in Cali, Colombia, who runs Calderon Design and Calderon Estudio Type Foundry. As an illustrator, calligrapher and graphic designer based in Cali, he won an award in the display type category at Tipos Latinos 2012 for Letrista Script (a signage script).

In 2013, he designed the signage script typeface Tulipan, which comes with Broken Caps (+pro in 2014) and several sets of ornaments.

Typefaces from 2014: Risotto Script (a calligraphic signage script with slightly rough edges), Planet Express.

Typefaces from 2015: Trendy (a brush script) and Hollie Script Pro, which won an award in the TDC 2015 Type Design competition. Trendy Script won an award at Tipos Latinos 2016.

Typefaces from 2016: Pistacho (a handcrafted font family for coffee shops), Ruth Script (a retro brush style signage script family influenced by signs in bars, billiard halls, motels and night clubs).

Typefaces from 2017: Melts Script (based on Colin Brignall's Harlow Solid; followed in 2018 by Melts Script Rough), Saltbush Rough, Saltbush (handcrafted script/sans pair).

Typefaces from 2018: Bordonaro Script, Bordonaro Spur (influenced by old beer labels and includes some serifs based on Frederic W. Goudy's Copperplate), Bordonaro Script Rounded, Bordonaro Spur Rounded, Fregata Sans (a playful solid and inline sans) and Fregata Script Inline (a rope font).

Typefaces from 2019: Vallejo Serif (a flared titling typeface inspired by the Stephen King's book covers), Vallejo Serif Rounded, Sussan (a handlettered typeface family, +Sussan Extras by Jhony Velasco).

In 2020, Felipe Calderon and Jhony Velasco co-designed the compressed typeface Compilation Grotesk. With Ritmo Estudio he designed the inscribed lapidary typeface RT Singular (2020).

Typefaces from 2021: Sweep Poster (a 7-style sharp serif), Blunch (a vintage all caps typeface with flared terminals), Masantina (a meaty decorative sans, designed by Ritmo Estudio), RT Austin Plain (a retro beer label script).

Typefaces from 2022: Prody (a warm serif family in three styles inspired by Cheltenham, Belwe and Souvenir).

Blogspot link. Behance link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Fabio Eduardo Godoy Angel
[Fabio Godoy]

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Fabio Godoy
[Fabio Eduardo Godoy Angel]

Fabio Eduardo Godoy (Venezuela) created the rounded signage family Loncherita (2013) and the techno stencil typeface family Caballero (2013). Apparently, Fabio was born in Colombia.

In 2017, Fabio Godoy and Carlos Fabian Camargo Guerrero co-designed the handcrafted typeface Infusion at Andinistas. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Federico Parra
[Monograma (Typelapse)]

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Felipe Calderón
[Estudio Calderon]

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Felipe Gonzalez

Medellin, Colombia-based designer of the blackletter swashbuckler typeface Merchantype (2012), just perfect for rum smugglers. Newer Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Felipe Padilla

Bogota, Colombia-based student-designer of the semi-didone typeface Overlook (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Felix H

Bayern, Germany-based designer of the vernacular Westernn typeface family Outlaws (2018), which is free for personal use. He writes: Outlaws is based on "Redemption", a typeface created by Rockstar Games for their game Red Dead Redemption. After they released some trailers and artworks, I started recreating the font, but I stopped after finding the original typeface on their website. I hate half-done projects that's why I finished it. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Fernando Forero
[Fernando Forero Foundry]

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Fernando Forero Foundry
[Fernando Forero]

Fernando Forero (b. 1978, Tunja) ran EisartGraphic.com together with Weronika Kwiatkowska, and moved from Bogota to Kalisz, Wielkopolska, Poland, where he started Fernando Forero Foundry. He is now located in Warsaw, where he works as a graphic and type designer and illustrator.

Designer of Ishia Antiqua (2013, a cursive hand), Urbania (2013, a dusty face), Ilex (2012, hand-printed), Baltan (2012, a calligraphic script), Old Stamps (2011, scanbats), Boys and Girls (2011, dingbats), Aliovha (2011, a monoline elliptical sans), Old Nyleshina or Old Nyleshna (2010, roughened calligraphy), Vexa (2010, grunge), Ornamentus (2010, an interesting modular ornamental face), Melonella (2010, a medieval script), Cioran (2010, aged letters), Ornalia (2010), Selbst (2010, hand-printed caps), Nugg (2010, grungy), Feeda (2010, a curly face), Intuitiva (2010, grungy), Czarnulka (2010, script), Khamus (an earthy calligraphic face) and Últimos Ritos (a hybridization between the forms of the Cyrillic and Roman characters), two typefaces that won awards at Tipos Latinos 2008. He also made the grungy Refaxed (2008) and Efficient Fax Font (2010), and the experimental Aleah (2010) and Ovhol (2010).

In 2014, Forero published the grungy letterpress emulation font family Asfalto.

Devian tart link. Behance link. Another Behance link. Klingspor link. Old URL. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

[Viviana Monsalve]

Viviana Monsalve (FontFuror) is a Colombian type designer located in Bogota. Award winner at Tipos Latinos 2010 for her text typeface Enriqueta Book (with Gustavo J. Ibarra: a serif typeface designed to meet the technical demands of silkscreen printing). At FADU-UBA, where she studied, her graduation typeface was called Magra, a sans serif typeface designed for contexts in which both spatial economy and multiple composition styles are required.

Some of her fonts appear as free Google Web fonts: Magra (+CTAN link), Enriqueta.

Fontsquirrel link. 1001 Fonts link. Github link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Freddy Castaño

Manizales, Colombia-based creator of an untitled hexagonal caps typeface in 2014. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Fredy Alexander Mendoza Orjuela

Malaga, Colombia-based designer of Famo 487 (2014: a modular typeface). [Google] [More]  ⦿

G3 Typefaces (or: TechFonts LatAm)
[Yun Gonzalez]

Yun Gonzalez (b. 1990; aka GrooveThree Typefaces and as G3 Typefaces and as TechFussion) is the designer in Bogota, Colombia, of the free techno typefaces Elegan Tech (2010), Ponderatta (2010), Inspyratta (2010), Ynnovatta (2010) and Curvature XD (2010).

In 2011, he made Anklada (an avant-garde sans), Groove Next (sans) and Revo (sans).

In 2012, he designed Revofit by Drakoheart (+Solid, 2014), Bookietastic, Stylatta, RevoPop, Straightforward, Bogotana (an informal sans family), Drakoheart Leiend, Konztante (a clean sans), Digicity, Typomoderno (squarish and modular), and V-Zel.

Typefaces from 2013, the year in which G3 became commercial: Drakalligro (+Sans, +Slab display types), Drakoheart Revofit (+Sans, +Serif), Drakolomb (2015).

Dafont link. Another Dafont link. Alternate URL. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Gabriel Buitrago

Bogota, Colombia-based designer of the minimalist deductive typeface Imagine (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Genesis Linares

During her graphic design studies in 2014, Genesis Linares (Caracas, Venezuela) created the decorative caps typeface Candy. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Gente Tipografia Wounaan

Web site of project Gente by the "Gente team", which consists of type designers David Espinosa (Colombia), Sergio Aristizabal (Colombia), Sandra Garcia (Colombia), Manuel Lopez Rocha (Mexico) and Oscar Guerrero Canizares (Colombia). There is also a graphic design team (Ana Varela and Bladimir Blacho Moya, from Colombia; Ramses Lopez in Panama; Cecilia Vilca Ocharan in Peru; Victoria Clemente in Spain; Fellype Silva do Nascimento in Brazil).

Gente Tipografia is dedicated to typography and type for the Wounaan people in Colombia who face extinction. One of 65 endangered local tribes in Colombia, the 9500 Wounaan live principally near Chico. In 2016, the web site opened its doors and showed these Latin / Wounaan (basically, Latin, with a few extra symbols such as barred u's) typefaces for free download: Wouniek-Agpierra, Wouniek-Dasii (by Sandra Garcia and Manuel Lopez Rocha), Wouniek-Nempom (by Sandra Garcia and Manuel Lopez Rocha), Wouniek-TheerbaAgpierra, Wouniek-TheerbaDasii, Wouniek-TheerbaNempom, Wouniek-Chaanden (a cursive school script by Sergio Aristizabal, Sandra Garcia, Manuel Lopez Rocha and Oscar Guerrero Canizares). Facebook link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Germ Art
[German Parada Diaz]

Barranquilla, Colombia-based designer of Musical Illustrated Alphabet (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Germán Olaya

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German Dario

German Dario (Bogota, Colombia) designed the sans titling typeface Guanitrupi (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

German Garcia Majia

Art director in Cali, Colombia, who designed the octagonal poster typeface Adhesign (2016)C, which, as the name suggests, is to be used on adhesive labels and products. [Google] [More]  ⦿

German Jiménez Pinilla

Bucaramanga, Colombia-based graphic designer (b. Santander) who graduated from Universidad Jorge Tadeo Lozano in Bogota in 1993, and now runs a studio in Bucaramanga. He also teaches at Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana Seccional Bucaramanga.

Creator of Arko (2006), Mandela (counterless typeface), Nobde (2005), Mandela (2013), a dark counterless typeface. In 2014, he designed the heavy octagonal stencil typeface Arsan. In 2016, he published the techno poster typeface Magdalena and the experimental stick typeface Festis.

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

German Parada Diaz
[Germ Art]

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German Villalobos

Bogota, Colombia-based designer of Century Grunge (2019). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Gerson Mena

Cali, Colombia-based designer of the angry angular murder mystery novel typeface Stab Revenge (2014), which was published during his studies at Universidad Icesi. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Giovanny Mauricio Ramirez Nariño

Aka YoBa, located in Bucaramanga, Colombia, and born in San Gil Santander in 1993. Designer of the art deco compass-and-ruler typeface One Font (2014), and the rounded organic Grain Font (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Gloria Mendoza

Englewood, NJ-based designer (b. Colombia) of a squarish Latin / Cyrillic typeface in 2017. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Gonz DG

Santa Marta, Colombia-based designer of the poster typeface Specimen 54 (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Govany Ernesto Neuta Rodr?guez

Colombia-based designer of Chicha (2021) who explains that is based on elements in the culture of the Pijao people in Colombia's Tolima region. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Govany Ernesto Neuta Rodriguez

Ibague, Colombia-based designer of the culturally inspired typeface Chicha (2019). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Gustav Rendon
[Ramdon Studio]

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Gustavo Hernandez

Born in Bogota, Colombia, Gustavo Hernandez now works as a graphic designer in Toronto. During his studies at OCAD University in Toronto, he created the typeface Bacatá (2012), which is named after the original name for Bogotá. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Gustavo Lopez

Designer of the heavy rounded sans typeface Bacatá (2015; Bacatá is the original name of Bogotá) which was designed for the identity of the Museum of Bogotá, Colombia. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Gustavo Orozco

Baranquilla, Colombia-based creator of the clean monoline sans typeface Yonna (2011). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Haffa Studio

Colombian designer of the wild calligraphic typefaces Micheline (2020) and Mosella (2020). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Heidy Salgado

During her studies in Cartagena, Colombia, Heidy Salgado designed the handcrafted typeface Teyuna (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Henry Gomez Vidales

Medellin, Colombia-based designer of the decorative Celtic caps typeface Alfabeto Celtico (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

iAgency 1980
[Ricardo Arley Patiño Peña]

Ricardo Arley Patiño\0Peña (iAgency, Medellin, Colombia) is the creator (b. 1985) of the free techno font family Patinio (2012), which has styles called Basica, Futura, Rotulo, Neue, Creamy, Graffiti, Contexto, JECR (2012, techno family), Patinio Ricardo (2012), Patinio Gothic (2012, tattoo face), and Iagen.

Dafont link. Second Dafont link. Behance link. Blogspot link. FontVila link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ian Leguizamon

During his studies at Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogota, Colombia-based Ian Leguizamon designed Monsters Type (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ignacio Martinez

Graphic designer in Colombia who specializes in typography. [Google] [More]  ⦿


American designer (b. 1993) of the hand-printed Rosalie (2009). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Isabel Velez Rivas

Graphic designer in Medellin, Colombia. Creator of the vintage typeface Quimera (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Isabelle Vega

Colombian designer of the curly deco titling typeface Valentine (2019). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Iván Castiblanco Ramírez

Bogotá-based designer of the dramatically serifed typeface Zariffa 01 (1994). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ivan Diaz

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Ivan Mendez

Illustrator / designer in Bogota, Colombia. Creator of the art deco / African tribal sans typeface Rafael Pombo (2017), which is based on the work of artist Sergio Trujillo Magnenat. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ivan Perez

Ivan Perez (Cali, Colombia, b. 1994) designed the sketched comic book font Sketchy Comic (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jaime A. Urdinola

During his studies, Palmira, Colombia-based Jaime A. Urdinola created Tayronaur (2015), a typeface that was influenced by the Tayrona pre-colombian culture. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jason Guzman

Graphic designer in Bogota, Colombia, who created the curvy semi-calligraphic typeface June (2014). Co-founder of Bastardatype in 2017. Winner at Tipos Latinos 2018 for BT Orca Display, a titling typeface published at Bastardatype by Jason Guzman and Sebastian Castellanos. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Javier Acosta

Bogota, Colombia, and Montreal-based designer of the great poster series Puscifer (2016) and the handcrafted typeface Nuvoo (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Javier Enrique Dallos Guerrero

Javier Dallos is the Bogota, Colombia-based designer of the titling typeface Dallos (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Javier Nicolas Orbes Romero

Pasto, Colombia-based student-designer (at Universidad de Nariño) of the carefully crafted vernicular typeface Picari (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jeasson Bryan Marin Carvajal

Cali, Colombia-based designer of the steampunk logo font Dandy (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jefferson Andres Baquero

As a student in Universidad Mayor de Chile, Bogota, Colombia-based Jefferson Baquero created the Victorian typeface Colonial (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jennifer Bergaño

Publicist in Envigado, Colombia, who created Pixel Type in 2012. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jesica Zuluaga

Cali, Colombia-based designer of a colorful experimental typeface dedicated to Andy Warhol (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jessica Luna Peña

Visual designer in Bogota, Colombia. Creator of the hexagonal typeface Hexarcle (2017). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jeysson Moreno

Graphic designer in Bogota, Colombia, who created the modular typeface Second in 2016. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jhoan Sebastian Ramirez Lopez

Cali, Colombia-based designer of an inky creamy typeface in 2016. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jhon Martinez

During his studies at UDES in Santander, Spain, Jhon Martinez (Bucaramanga, Colombia) designed the foliate display typeface Johnma Abecedario (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jhonatan Yeison Noguera

During his studies, Jhonatan Yeison Noguera (Pasto, Colombia) created the free angular display typeface Quadro Font Black (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jhony Velasco

Cali, Colombia-based co-designer with Felipe Calderon of Sussan (2019), a handlettered typeface family. Jhony was in charge of the funny children's book illustration font Sussan Extras that is included in the package.

In 2020, Felipe Calderon and Jhony Velasco co-designed the compressed typeface Compilation Grotesk. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Jimena Granados

Bogota, Colombia-based designer of the Bifur-inspired typeface Jazzy (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Joan Pava

Colombina designer (b. 1995) of the fat finger typeface JPFont (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Joan Tian

During his studies in Bogota, Colombia, Joan Tian designed the compass-and-ruler typeface family Curved (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Johan Fernando Diaz Potosi

Pasto, Colombia-based designer of Protopastos (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Johao Parra

Colombian designer (b. 1989) of the bilined typeface Johaos (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

John Vargas Beltrán

Colombian type and graphic designer (b. 1974, Bogota), who graduated from Universidad Nacional de Colombia (1997). Co-founder of ADG Colombia (Colombian Association of Graphic Designers). He was studying for a Postgraduate degree in Type Design at UBA (Universidad de Buenos Aries) in Argentina. He currently lives in BuenosAires.

Designer of the minimalist rounded display typeface Conectiva (1998), the informal signage script Salsa (2011, inspired by the old LP album covers from the 1970s), the retro comic book typeface Boogaloo (2010, free at Google Web Fonts), and the early 20th century-look face Cambalache (2008-2011). Creator with Nicolás Silva Schwarzenberg of the free upright italic sans typeface Convergence (2011, Google Web Fonts).

In 2012, Macondo---which was started in 1997---was published at Google Web Fonts, together with Macondo Swash Caps. John writes about this art nouveau pair: The forms are inspired by some illustrations created for a tarot card game, itself inspired by the work of Colombian literature Nobel prize winning author, Gabriel García Márquez, Cien Años de Soledad. Macondo won an award in the display type category at Tipos Latinos 2012.

Still in 2012, he published Germania One at Google Web Fonts---an angular typeface that is a hybrid between blackletter and sans serif, and looks like the signage on many German pubs. Cygnus (2012) is a futuristic typeface. Dulcinea Serif (2012) is an uncial typeface. Cabriolet (2012) is the standard Detroit car emblem type used on cars in the 1950s and 1960s.

In 2013, John Vargas Beltran created the fifties automobile or diner script Cabriolet V8.

In 2014, he returned to African themes, perhaps jarred by the death of Nelson Mandela. His first typeface of the year is Kalimba (named after an African percussion instrument), which comes in several textured styles called Masai, Kingombo and Nenyanga. Guadalupana (2014) is based on bronze ecclesiastical letters found in the Virgin Guadalupe basilica in Mexico, designed in 1976 by Pedro Ramirez Vazquez. Tequendama is a squarish inline typeface that is rooted in pre-Columbian pre-hispanic Muisca tribal art.

Typefaces from 2015: Muisca (a typeface family influenced by pre-Columbian pre-hispanic Muisca tribal art), Caminito (a layered steamboat family of typefaces based on the Fileteado Porteño art style in Argentina, as practiced today, e.g., by Alfredo Genovese).

Typefaces from 2016: Lucky Lady (retro signage script going back to the WWII era), Cumbanchera (based on retro cover art on Latin albums), Biscayne (a Miami art deco typeface family), Lucky Lady Script (a signage script family inspired by the old, classic art and craft of brush script lettering usually applied in ads of the WWII era and 1940s), Expreso (a layered typeface family based on squarish retro urban lettering).

Typefaces from 2017: Clair de Lune (script, for the exclusive use of Clara Dahler Design).

Typfaces from 2018: Amaretto.

Typefaces from 2020: Baggy (Cooper Black-inspired; he writes that if your uncle's moustache from 1974 was a font, this would be it).

MyFonts link. MyFonts foundry link. Behance link. Klingspor link. Creative Market link. Google Plus link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Johnatan Fernandez

Cali, Colombia-based designer of a comic book style typeface, Florida (2015), which was custom-made for an illustrated book by Inez Coomanz (Antwerpen, Belgium). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jonathan Jesus

Graphic designer in Itagui, Colombia, who studied at Universidad Jose Maria Vargas. He designed the decorative caps typeface Louis Comfort Tiffany (2015), which is named after the famous American industrial designer. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jonathan Restrepo

For a school project, Jonathan Restrepo (Colombia) created the calligraphic typeface Alice (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jorge Aroca

Bogota, Colombia-based designer of the techno or video game font Phalax (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jorge Luis Maya Camargo

Bogota, Colombia-based art director and graphic designer who cooked up the Drunk Cherry typeface in 2009, taking inspiration from Maraschino cherries. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jorge Martinez

Cali, Colombia-based creator of the dot matrix font Punkte (2013) and the multicolored font Table Type (2013). In 2016, he designed the multiline neon font Groove. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jose Alejandro Calero Londono

During their studies, Colombia, Jose Alejandro Calero Londono (who lives in Palmira, Colombia) and Juan David Mafla (Cali, Colombia) designed the semi-stencil display typeface Without Line (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jose Alejandro Calero Londoño

Jose Alejandro Calero (Palmira, Colombia) and Juan David Mafla (Cali, Colombia) co-designed the molecular interrupted-stroke font Without Line in 2019. [Google] [More]  ⦿

José Chamorro Salas

Graphic designer, who graduated in 2002 from the Universidad Nacional de Colombia. His experimental and cellular typeface Code Secure won an award at the 2005 FUSE type competition. [Google] [More]  ⦿

José Domingo Betancur Gómez

Poster typography by José Domingo Betancur Gómez (Medellin, Colombia). Example 1, example 2. [Google] [More]  ⦿

José Nicolás Silva Schwarzenberg

Nicolás Silva was born in Mérida, a city in the Andes Mountains of Venezuela, where he studied graphic design at the University of the Andes. After completing his studies, he moved to Caracas to work in an advertising agency (JWT) as an art director. He later moved to Buenos Aires, where he completed a post-graduate certificate in Typeface Design at the University of Buenos Aires. He has been working in that city since 2009, first in a graphic production studio (Pool cp) and then in an animation studio (Gizmo). He is currently working at the design studio Fontana Diseño. Behance link. His typefaces:

  • Poly (2011, Google Font Directory) is a medium contrast condensed serif font. He explains: Poly was my final project for the postgraduate certificate in typeface design (University of Buenos Aires). Poly was originally designed for aglutinative languages, (which is why it's wide) specifically a South American indigenous language (Wayuunaiki). I paid a lot of attention to the "diacritics zone" to harmonize and unclutter the upper zones of the lowercase letters. The Wayuu language or wayuunaiki is spoken by 305,000 indigenous Wayuu people in northeastern Colombia and nothwestern Venezuela on the Guajira Peninsula.
  • Creator with John Vargas of the free upright italic sans typeface Convergence (2011, Google Web Fonts).

Font Squirrel link. Behance link. Google Plus link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

José Noé González

Medellin, Colombia-based designer (b. 1971) of the handcrafted typeface Josemima (2019). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Juan Beracaza

During his studies in Bogota, Colombia, Juan Beracaza designed the rounded Cizaña Stencil typeface (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Juan Camilo Corredor

Colombian designer of Baloto (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Juan Camilo Montoya Perez

Medellin, Colombia-based designer of Gotta Milo (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Juan Camilo Ramon

Cali, Colombia-based designer (b. 1993) of Internal Fratture (2013, a free circuit board font). Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Juan David Caceres Murillo

At Universidad de los Andes, Juan David Caceres Murillo (Bogota, Colombia) designed the spurred display typeface Veneno (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Juan David Mafla

Jose Alejandro Calero (Palmira, Colombia) and Juan David Mafla (Cali, Colombia) co-designed the molecular interrupted-stroke font Without Line in 2019. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Juan David Mafla

During their studies, Colombia, Jose Alejandro Calero Londono (who lives in Palmira, Colombia) and Juan David Mafla (Cali, Colombia) designed the semi-stencil display typeface Without Line (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Juan Diaz

Illustrator and digital artist in Santiago de Cali, Colombia, who created Cube Font in 2013. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Juan Diego Castellanos

Industrial designer in Bogota, Colombia, who created the modular typeface Universoul in 2015. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Juan Diego López Medina

Medellín, Colmobia-based designer (b. 1975) of Dawn of Mellido (2006) and of the uncial/blackletter typeface Mellogothic.

Abstract Fonts link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Juan Esteban Lopez Garcia

Colombian designer of the display typeface HRC (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Juan Esteban Muñoz Bedoya

Born in 1985, and located in Medellin, Colombia, this designer (aka The Recon Legend) created the signage typeface Exito Free Hand (2009), and the experimental FabianEstem (2009). Dafont page. Fontsy link. Another Dafont page. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Juan Esteban Orozco Sanchez

Graphic communication student in Medellin, Colombia. Creator of Helvetica Y Art Nouveau (2012), a typeface in which Helvetica outlines are filled with art nouveau patterns. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Juan Esteban Ujueta Alban

Cali, Colombia-based designer and illustrator who made the elliptical typeface O Made by Sword in 2015. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Juan Felipe Lopez

At Universidad Autonoma de Occidente, Cali, Colombia-based Juan Felipe Lopez designed Sasa (2019). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Juan Guillermo Navarro Barrios
[Zilap (or: Mr. Zilap, or Zilap Estudio)]

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Juan Londoño

Designer in Bogota, Colombia, of a few circle-based typefaces in 2015. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Juan Moreno

Graphic designer from Bogota, Colombia, who is based in Barcelona. At Eina in Barcelona in 2016, he designed the crisp didone-inspired text typeface Sabores. Unlike Didot or Bodoni, Sabores has no ball terminals, only axe-like serifs giving it a cruel look. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Juan Pablo Diaz

In 2014, Katerine Escobar and Juan Pablo Diaz (Medellin, Colombia) co-designed the mechanical / futuristic typeface Citagk. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Juan Plata Vera

Columbian designer. Creator of the 3d outline font Habbo (2007). Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Juan Rojas

Colombian designer of the fat angular typeface Bomb (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Juan Sebastian

Colombian designer of the fat finger font Gonzo (2021). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Juan Sebastian Cuestas

Graphic designer in Bogota, Colombia, who created the angular and rhythmic typeface Geodesica (2015), which is designed by taking inspiration from trigonometric waveforms. It is intended for use in mathematical and scientific publications. Unrelated to this type design contribution are his wonderful illustrations for the children's book Pie de Palo (2015). Bufalino (2015), which was designed with Cesar Puertas, won an award at Tipos Latinos 2016.

In 2017, Juan Sebastian Cuestas and Cesar Puertas co-designed the antiqua typeface Amereida. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Juan Sebastian Rincon

Or Juan Sebastian Rincon Redondo. Bogota, Colombia-based designer of the (very beautiful) Dutch krul letter font Morgan (2014). He also creates wonderful calligraphic lettering pieces. In 2014, he co-designed Beauty Script with Manuel Corradine. His penmanship typeface Alexandria Script (2015) won an award at Tipos Latinos 2016.

In 2016, he made the great humanist sans typeface Piloto Sans for the identity of the Universidad Piloto de Colombia. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Juanda Contreras Boada

Designer who is at the Universidad de los Andes in Bogota, Colombia. In 2013, he created an unfonted alphabet, Cicatriz Eterna, to remember the massacre of Salado committed by the Colombian army.

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Juanita Henao

During her graphic design studies in 2014, Juanita Henao (Medellin, Colombia) created the octagonal typeface Knout Slab, which was inspired by movies such as THX1138, Fahrenheit 451 and 1984. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Juanita Velez

Medellin, Colombia-based designer of Beyond Wonderland (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Julian Bolivar

Julian Bolivar Guti is a video game developer in Cali, Colombia. He designed the angular techno typeface Yamaha (2014), which is based on the Yamaha YZF R6 motorcycle and evokes speed. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Julian Franky Tobon

Typographer from Bogota, Colombia. He uses textures in his posters. The texture of clothing inspired him to create an experimental alphabet in 2010. Alternate URL. Here and here are other experimental alphabets. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Julian Moncada Tobar

Colombian type designer based in Bogota. Graduate of the University of Reading in 2011. He also studied at ANRT in Nancy, France. In 2018 and 2019, for the past year he worked on the restoration of wood type at the Imprenta Patriotica, a government-funded printing museum in Colombia.

He writes about his lively graduation typeface Lemona (2011), which covers Latin and Greek: Lemona, an army of absurdities and monstrosities, is a subjective interpretation and exploration of the proportions and conventions of classic typography. Giving each character a secret potion containing ingredients of the freaky and deformed, the classic, and the contemporary, the serious, and the sweet. Lemona is a kind monster coming to stage stories in a rather strange, but always friendly and lively manner.

I cannot put my finger on it, but this is a bright and shiny baby, sure to be a soulful award winner in the next couple of years.

Julian Moncada, Jonathan Abbott and Jonathan Barnbrook jointly designed Doctrine Sans and Doctrine Stencil in 2013 at Virus.

Together with Jonathan Barnbrook and Ryuhei Nakadai, he designed Resolution and Resolution Blackletter (2015): A family of display typefaces that were developed as part of a creative response to the political situation in Northern Ireland.

Codesigner with Jonathan Barnbrook of Sora (2019; free at Google Fonts and Github), Bourgeois Rounded (2019) and Bourgeois Slab (2019).

Speaker at ATypI 2018 in Antwerp. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Julian Ospina

Designer in Medellin, Colombia. Behance link. Aka Jogland. He made the modular face Constructure (2010). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Juliana Ayala

Industrial designer in Bogota, Colombia, who created a modular typeface in 2014. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Juliana Caballero

Julian Caballero G (Cali, Colombia) created Silver and Cold Font (2013: a modular typeface). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Juliana Duque

Colombian graphic designer. Behance link. She created the thin avant-garde typeface Amapola (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Juliana Martinez Medina

During her visual communication studies in Cali, Colombia, Julia Martinez Medina created the hybrid font Kriva (2012), based on a cross of American Typewriter and Gotham. She also made the tape-themed typeface Emburuje (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Julio Palacio

Colombian type designer. Award winner at Tipos Latinos 2010 for his script typeface Todo Todo. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Kandy Joaqui

Cali, Colombia-based designer of the liquid typeface Fantasy Golden (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

[Karol Giraldo]

Karol Giraldo (b. 1985, Colombia), aka Karito, lives in Cali. She designed the beautiful rounded caps typeface Summer of Love in 2013 for which she drew inspiration from the hippie movement. [Google] [More]  ⦿


Graphic artist in Bogota, Colombia, sopecilaizing in big brash in-yoour-face typefaces, mostly in some vector format. These include Very Cool (2019), Comic Font (2019), Big Sale (2019: 3d), My Hero (2019: a color font), and Next (2019: techno, chrome style). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Karol Giraldo

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Katerin Perez Pinto

During her studies in Bogota, Katerin Perez Pinto designed the display typefaces Bovem (2018) and Halbmiond (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Katerine Escobar

In 2014, Katerine Escobar and Juan Pablo Diaz (Medellin, Colombia) co-designed the mechanical / futuristic typeface Citagk. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Katha Florez

Katha Florez, a graphic designer in Medellin, Colombia, designed the display typeface Quimera (2013) with Daniela Lopez. She says that the movie Amelie inspired them. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Katherine Prieto

Bogota, Colombia-based designer of the display typeface Botamen (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Kelly Gomez

Cali, Colombia-based designer of the experimental typeface Nordic (2016), which recombines pieces of glyphs from various fonts. She also designed the spring-themed all caps typeface acolchada (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Kelly Ruiz Gonzalez

Graphic designer in Bogota, Colombia, who created the Comic Sans lookalike typeface Comic Con Colombia (2016) and the deco titling typeface Reo (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Kevin Rodelo Zapata

Barranquilla, Colombia-based designer of the ornamental dingbat typeface Iconos Prado (2019). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Killer Concepts
[Miguel Gomez]

Miguel Gomez (Killer Concepts, Medellin, Colombia) designed the spurred signage typeface Sweet & Wild in 2013. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Koi Fotografia

Bogota, Colombia-based designer of the bubblegum font Hexabubble (2019). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Laura Cuesta Quetama

Cali, Colombia-based designer of Etnia (2016), a free decorative typeface based on symbols used by indiginous people in the Americas. Etnia was a school project at Universidad del Valle. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Laura Punk

Born in Colombia in 1982. Laura designed the barbed wire typeface Danger Type (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Laura Ramirez

Bogota, Colombia-based designer of the angular typeface Granada (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Laura Reyes

Bogota, Colombia-based designer of the modular typeface Mod (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Leandro Triana Trujillo

Graphic designer in Popayan, Colombia. He created the free hand-drawn typeface Pitter (2014) during his studies at Universidad del Cauca. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Leonardo Sanchez

Bogota, Colombia-based designer of the disturbing display typeface Lesave (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Lesly Rengifo

Colombian designer of the signage script typeface Gordita Script (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Liceth Puerto

Cali, Colombia-based designer of a typeface that emulates the handwriting of author Andres Caicedo (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Liliana Garcia

During her studies in Bogota, Colombia, Liliana Garcia designed a Miro-style typeface (2018) that was inspired by the art of Jock McDonald. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Liliana Mancera

Based in Bogota, Colombia, Liliana Mancera created Minimalismo (2015). It is unclear to me whether she designed that sans typeface herself, or whether she is referring to just a typographic composition. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Lina Alejandra Lopez

In 2017, Lina Alejandra Lopez Patiño (Bogota, Colombia) designed the curvy humanist typeface Belaman. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Lina Aragon

Lina Aragon (Cali, Colombia) is a graphic design student. Her designs, including her typefaces and her moustache, are curly, lively and fun. The typefaces include Santonia (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Lina Marcela Molina Giraldo

Manizales, Colombia-based designer of the culture-laden logotype Gaitas y Tambores (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Lina Martinez

Cali, Colombia-based designer of the ironwork-inspired decorative caps typeface Tonita (2016). She also proposed icons for Cali Terminal de Transportes (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Lina Mutis

During her graphic design studies in Bogota, Colombia, Lina Mutis created the compass-and-ruler font Adventure Type (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Linda Moreno

Bogota, Colombia-based designer of the experimental colored typeface Infinite in 2018. [Google] [More]  ⦿

LJ Design
[Luis Jaramillo]

Luis Jaramillo (LJ Design Studios, Monteria, Colombia; b. 1993) created these free typefaces in 2014: AGreaterFoundation-Bold, Capella-Century, CapellaRockIII-Bold, Decasmini, Dolgan, LJStudiosGF, LuisSmartTX-Bold, Melinett1, Parallels, ThePowerlessRise, WallIT-Bold. In 2015, he made the decorative connect-the-dots caps typeface Night of Music, the great slab serif titling typeface Inicio and the extremely tall x-height logotype Lidea National Fontype, the alchemic occult typeface Zilap Geometrik, the sans typeface Fina, and the headline / poster sans family Silver (Regular, Forte, Grunge). The current list of fonts: AoceanbetweenUS, AGreaterFoundation-Bold, AJourney, AnewHeardDecorative, AsILayDyingLogoFont, Beforeandafther-Bold, Blade, CapellaRockIII-Bold, Capella-Century, CapellaRock-LJDesignStudios-Bold, CapellaRockIII-Bold, Condemnedtoyourlove, DZTypography-Zilap-Bold, DZTypography-Zilap, Darkpast, Decas-Bold, DecasII, Decasmini, Dolgan, EarthDry (2014, glaz krak font), Fina (thin sans logotype), Forsaken, Lacalle6, IS-BoldItalic, IS-Bold, IS-Italic, IS-Thin, IS, Logo, LJPromiseDarck, LJStudiosMB, LJStudiosMFJH, LJStudiosMNS, LJStudiosMNS2, LJStudiosMonitorIS-MAYUS, LJStudiosMonitorIS-MAYUSMinus, Leven, Leven, LordZeDD-LJStudios, LordZeDD3-Bold, LorenaGalarcio, LorenaGalarcio, LorettoGrafic-Bold, LorettoGrafic-Italic, LuisSmartTX-Bold, LuisSmatTXNormal-Bold, MarlenThePonderosa, MeliVargas, Melinett1, Melinett2, Melinett3, MyBrush, NeoLR, NovedosaStick-Italic, Overcome, Parallels, ParalyzedSkyandMoon-LJ-designStudios-Grunge, PenetrationOut-Deformed, PenetrationOut-Grunge, Pequeita, Pizcas, PowerDark-Bold, ShadowsofSecurity, SilverDust, SilverForteGrunge-Grunge, SilverForte, Sincedust, TRG-Zilap, The Dark (spooky), TheSoundofTruth-Grunge, TheSoundofTruth-smooth, ThePowerlessRise, ThroughStruggle, WallIT, WritingMemories, ZILAPGEOMETRIK, ZulmCool, redout, thedark, withindestruction.

Typefaces from 2016: Zilap Urban (hipster style), First Christmas (snowy font), Shadows of Security, Hellion (textured), Blade, This Is Who We Are (grungy sans), GE Body (a sharp-edged sans), IS (unfortunately named, IS stands for Independent Style; it is a techno sans), Start With Today, The Sound of Truth, Zilap Geometrik, Silver Forte Grunge, Leal (monoline sans), The Frontman (free), The Frontman 2 (free), Primera (caps only sans), Zilap Oriental (oriental simulation typeface).

Typefaces from 2017: Robusta (dry brush font), Dulkanyca, Factory LJDS, Murderess, Zilap Monograma, Zilap Black Storm, Red Out Reloaded, Zilap Sleep, Melibrush, Ligera Rouden.

Typefaces from 2018: Geobin, Striker Eureka (stencil), The Darkest Night, Demon Killer.

Typefaces from 2019: Daily Reading (a text typeface).

Behance link. Fontspace link. Blogspot link. Dafont link. Newest Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Lola M. Naranjo

Based in Medellin, Colombia, Lola Naranjo designed the ribbon typeface Serilla and the multilined Mayatype in 2013. She also has great typographic posters, such as one called In The Frenetic City (2013).

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Lucas Lopez

Bogota, Colombia-based designer of the modular typeface Tres (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Luis Jaramillo
[LJ Design]

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Luis Mejia

During his studies in Medellin, Colombia, Lis Mejia created the origami typeface Despair (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mache Puentes

Designer in Cali, Colombia, b. 1990. Her typeface Columbian Stroke (2012) is a grungy version of a Victorian style. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Malale Jaramillo Fernandez

Cali, Colombia-based designer of two decorative all caps typefaces in 2018, Organik (based on a few modules in the spirit of Super Veloz) and mapale (floral). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Manuel Coelho

Medellin, Colombia-based designer of the free all caps handcrafted display typeface Curandera (2021). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Manuel Eduardo Corradine
[Corradine Fonts]

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Manuel Leonardo Mendez

Colombian type designer. In 2010, he and Santiago Silva created the informal sans typeface Michua at Macrotipo. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Manuel Nieves
[Trifasica Studio]

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Manuela Echevarria Ramirez

Antioquia, Colombia-based designer of the paperclip multiline typeface Clipo (2014) and the experimental geometric typeface Lento (2014). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mar Aguirre

Cali, Colombia-based designer of the slightly squarish display typeface Presser (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Marcela Gomez Meneses

Medellin, Colombia-based creator of an ornamental caps typeface called Marie Antoinette (2012, in collaboration with Haim Oke Millan). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Marcos Yamid Rubiano Avellaneda

Bucaramanga, Colombia-based designer of Fuente Del Mar (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Maria Alvarez Uribe

Graphic designer from Colombia with a postgraduate specialization in type design from FADU-UBA (Buenos Aires), who is based in Medellin, Colombia. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Maria Angelica Garcia Monsalve

Designer at Leo Burnett in Bogota, Colombia, who created Typeface For Special Olympics (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Maria Camila Castro

During her studies at I U Cesmag, Pasto, Colombia-based Maria Camila Castro designed a floral alphabet (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Maria Camila Valencia

Graphic designer in Medellin, Colombia, who created the 3d Impossible Type (2015) for a school project. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Maria Camila Valencia Robledo

Colombian designer (b. 1987, Medellin) who co-founded the Spanish type foundry Comando Cran with fellow graduates of the IED (Instituto Europeo di Design Madrid), class of 2012. Before that, she graduated in 2011 from the Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana.

At Comando Cran, she published Jalea Real (or Royal Jelly) (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Maria Clara Narvaez Fernandez de Soto

During her studies at Pontificia Universidad Javeriana Cali (Colombia), Maria Clara Narvaez designed the Rockwell-meets-Bauhaus-meets-Memphis movement typeface Rockhaus (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Maria Clara Rios

Bogota, Colombia-based designer of Clementine (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Maria Clara Serna Molina

Graphic designer in Medellin, Colombia, who created the decorative didone typeface Mandalario in 2015. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Maria del Mar Moreno

Colombian designer of Geometric Deco (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Maria José Pardo

During her studies, Bogota, Colombia-based Maria José Pardo designed the octagonal typeface Maquenjo (2019). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Maria Leon

Maria Leion (Bogota, Colombia) created a grunge version of Clarendon vcalled Future City (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Maria Otalvaro

Interactive media designer in Cali, Colombia, who created the free organic sans typeface Citrica (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Maria Paulina Cuadros Quiros

Graphic designer in Medellin, Colombia, who created the shaded typeface Controversial (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Maria Ruidiaz

Graphic designer in Barranquilla, Colombia, who created the experimental Typomusic (2015) and Frida Kahlo Icons (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

María Angélica Estrada Cano

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[María Angélica Estrada Cano]

Bogotá, Colombia-based foundry, est. 2009, by María Angélica Estrada Cano, who is a Colombian design director, b. Bogotá, 1979. She studied architecture between 1998 and 2004 in Javeriana University, Bogotá, Colombia.

Her fonts include Bolita 1 and 2 (2009, playful), Bolita Dingbats (2009, mostly ghosts), Margara (2009, rounded hand-printed comic book style) and Makika (2006-2007, a brush handwriting typeface by Maria Angelica Estrada Cano and Fabian Camargo Guerrero that includes Makika Gris, Negra and Super Negra as well as some dingbats). Lita (2006-2009) is another brushy signage typeface co-designed by Maria Angelica Estrada Cano and Fabian Camargo Guerrero.

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Marian Cuadros

During her design studies in Cali, Colombia, Maria-Angelica Cuadros created the octagonal typeface Tejido (2013) and the curly poster typeface Pacheco (2013, a combination of Broadway and Psuedo Saudi). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mariana Alvarez Matijasevic

Designer in Medellin, Colombia, who studied typography at the University of Barcelona. Behance link.

She created La Botica de Bernarda (2012, a retro display face). That typeface was co-designed with Begoña Viñuela.

In 2014, she created the gorgeous modular typeface Supertipo based on a XXII-th century tombstone. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mariano Gonzalez

Medellin, Colombia-based creator of the origami typeface Plegado (2013) and the Bauhaus-inspired stencil typeface Baunano (2013) [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mario Maranta

Art director at Leo Burnett in Bogota, Colombia, who designed the avant garde typeface Maranta (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Martha Isabel Micanquer

Pasto, Colombia-based designer of the modular display typeface Dama (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mary Monroy

Bogota, Colombia-based student-designer of the hexagonal outlined typeface Altas (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Matacho Descorp

Graphic designer in Popayan, Colombia, who created the all caps sans typeface family Green Font in 2015. Earlier, he spent some time in Madrid, and created the modular typeface Raices (2012). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mateo Echeverri

At Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana, Medellin, Colombia-based Mateo Echeverri designed a display typeface in 2019. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mateo Rios

Illustrator in Medellin, Colombia, who designed Voyager Grotesque (2013, an octagonal typeface family) together with Tomas Saldarriaga. Free download. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mateo Rivano

Bogota, Colombia-based codesigner, with David Espinosa, of the free poster typeface Old Providence New Roots (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mauricio Márquez

Designer from Medellin, Colombia, who made the poster typeface Speakeasy (2011) and Lighter (2011, a slab typeface inspired by zippo lighters). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mauricio Ochoa

During his studies in Medellin, Colombia, Mauricio Ochoa designed the modular squarish typeface Maze (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mauricio Vides Anillo

Barranquilla, Colombia-based illustrator (b. 1996). Designer of the spurred Tuscan typeface Arenosa BQ (2018), which was inspired by the popular graphics of the city of Barranquilla. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mauro Hernández

Medellin, Colombia-based graphic designer, b. 1986, who created the art deco fat typeface Exus Pilot (2009). Mauro says that in 2007, he started from the font Nokianvirallinenkirjasin by Vektorointi Lauri Alkus, changed a few glyphs, and in 2008 renamed it Jacinto Sans.

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Mauro Torres

Bogota, Colombia-based designer of the decorative typeface Meatype (2015), or Carnica (2016). He also created the blackletter Caligrafia Gotica No 1 (2015). Behance link. Another Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Melissa Plaza

Cali, Colombia-based designer of an experimental handcrafted alphabet in 2016. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Michael Andres Lueng

Bogota, Colombia-based designer of the display typeface 60 Degrees (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Miguel Gomez
[Killer Concepts]

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Miguel Vallejo

Medellin, Colombia-based designer of the rounded signage typeface TypeCamp (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Monica Devia

Monica Devia (Cali, Colombia) created the lively display typefaces MD and Colapso in 2013. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Monograma (Typelapse)
[Federico Parra]

Bogota, Colombia-based type designer who created the basic sans family Ortodoxa (2014), the modular typeface Hemiciclo (2013) and the hairline typeface Flexline (2013, a font that can be boldened by its own stroke). The foundry, Monograma, is located in Bogota and was founded in 2012 by Federico Parra and Tatiana Gomez.

The round sans serif Rotokas (2013) performs well in general, while its motivation is unique: Rotokas is a sans serif typography. It is probably the first font designed exclusively to type Rotokas language. Spoken by Bougainville islanders (Papua New Guinea), Rotokas has the world's smallest alphabet consisting of only twelve Latin letters.

In 2015, Parra set up Typelapse.

Co-founder of Bastardatype in 2017.

In 2017, he designed the flared display typeface Magma and the strong calligraphically inspired text typeface Flux.

Behance link. Behance link for Federico Parra. Home page. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

[Santiago Silva]

Based in Bogot&aacuta;, Colombia, Muykyta is an independent digital type design firm created by Santiago Silva in 2012. Their typefaces include Tithua (2012), Malebu (2010), Michua (2010) and Motavita (2010). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Mykyta (or: Sansilap, or: Macrotipo)
[Santiago Silva]

Bogota, Colombia-based foundry of Santiago Silva, b. 1967, Guacamayas. MyFonts link for Macrotipo. iHe also offers his fonts through a foundry called Muykyta (est. 2012).

Fonts by Silva include Malebu (2010), Motavita Poster (2010, a flared rounded display face) and Michua (2010, a formal sans, done with Manuel Leonardo Mendez). Font at Muykyta include Tithua (2012), Malebu (2010), Michua (2010) and Motavita (2010).

I am not sure that the designer of the blocky typeface Mumos (2019) is the same Santiago Silva.

Typefaces from 2020: Readable Serif Pro (a four-style slab serif).

Typefaces from 2021: Kaluny Pro (a 14-style sans and slab serif family).. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Nach Oh
[Oh Type]

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Natalia Cardona

Designer in Medellin, Colombia. She created the fish shape-inspired typeface Abyss (2012) with Alejandra Zapata. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Natalia Chavez

Bogota, Colombia-based designer of the connect-the-dots typeface Astro (2019, with Angie Plazas). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Natalia Perez Penagos

Bogota, Colombia-based design student who created Florecer Imaginario (2012), a floriated caps typeface. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Natalia Quintana Barco

Colombian designer of Juicy (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Natalia S´lomon Gnecco

Natalia is a Colombian designer based in Miami. At Type Cooper 2020, Natalia S´lomon developed Campo, a display typeface made for cutting floating letterforms for signage in a garden. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Natalie Galindo

Graduate from FADU, University of Buenos Aires, who created the modern typeface Don Felix (2008). Behance link, where we learn that she has turned up in Bogota, Colombia. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Navika Diseno

Graphic designer in Medellin, Colmbia, who created the soccer typeface Sportype in 2015. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

[Daniel Cantor Triana]

Daniel Cantor Triana (aka Nerve) runs his own studio in Bogota, Colombia. He created the rounded octagonal typeface family Artificia (2013) and the extreme didone poster typeface Shibuya Grotesk (2015). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Nestor Amaya

Bogota, Colombia-based creator of Shooter (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Nestor Delgado

Bogota-based creator (b. 1977, Colombia) of the free stencil typeface Gray Cat (2012, FontStruct) and the modular sans typeface Hemigraphy (2012).

In 2013, he made Expansiva (a wide techno industrial sans typeface), Seagle (an industrial display sans) and Graystroke.

Typefaces from 2014: Groteskia, Enfatica (squarish, modular).

Typefaces from 2015: Daggersquare (a formidable squarish techno sans).

Typefaces from 2016: Cuyabra (clean sans).

FontStruct link. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Nicolas Coronado

Bogota, Colombia-based artist, b. 1985. Home page. Creator of the grunge typeface Draconian Microliner (2010), of Draconian Mechanical Pencil (2010), and of the grungy typewriter typeface Draconian Typewriter (2010).

In 2013, he created the pixel typefaces Draconian Pixels (Minimal, Regular).

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Nicolas Palacios

Colombian creator (b. 1993) of Reservoir Ink (2011), a curly lava lamp face. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Nicolas Restrepo

Cali, Colombia-based designer of Antoni (2018), an art nouveau typeface that is inspired by the art of Antoni Gaudi. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Nicolas Serrano

Graphic designer in Bogota, Colombia, who created the fat art deco headline typeface DC (2012).

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Nicolas Silva

Designer in 2017 of the Help font for the Semana magaine in Colombia. Help is used in publications and TV ads to aid in the fight against landmines in Colombia. Read about it here. Read about it here. Typeface developer at Omnibus Type in Argentina. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Nicolle Bustos

Barranquilla, Colombia-based designer of the video game emulation font Videodrome (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Nima Type (or: Nima Visual)
[Andres Moreno Walter]

Andres Moreno Walter (Nimo Visual, Bogota, Colombia) started out by creating free typefaces. In 2018, Nima went commercial, via this site.

Nima Visual created the free monoline avant-garde geometric sans typeface Time Burner (2012), the thin modular typeface Trench (2013), the counterless Diskopia (2013), the display typeface Breve SC (2014), and the sci-fi typefaces Moonhouse (2013), Breve SC (2014), Krunch (2014), Quango (2015, a free organic font), Superfruit (2015: a grocery store font), Worm Box (2015, squarish and techno), Monopoly (2015: a clean sans), Neonclipper (2016: a free neon light font family), Quesha (2016), and Clearlight (2016).

Typefaces from 2017: Quesha, Autobus (modular). One free weight.

Typefaces from 2018: Monopoly Inline, Pauraque Serif Rough.

Typefaces from 2021: Balinera (a condensed poster typeface), Kubots (blocky, octagonal).

Fontspace link. Behance link. Creative Market link. Tumblr link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Nodo San

Bogota, Colombia-based designer of Solyaev (2016)(, a decorative caps typeface named in honor of Ivan Solyaev. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Oh Type
[Nach Oh]

Nach Oh (Oh Type) is a type designer and illustrator from Medellin, Colombia, who is now based in Melbourne, Australia. Nach's real name is Hernan Toro (b. 1986, Copenhagen, Denmark), according to one page. On another page, Nach Oh seems to be a woman. Let's call him/her Hernan.

Hernan's typefaces include NOH Squadra (2014, a poster typeface with calligraphic elements), Spina (2013, a spurred tattoo script), Green Raven (2011), Railham GW (a slab serif inspired by railraod tracks), NOh Green Raven (2013), and Carbone (2013, techno, advertised as a mafia font).

In 2014, he designed False Widow.

In 2015, he made the free Western inline typeface Rancho. In 2016, Nach Oh designed the sans typeface family Modesta.

The modular typeface Mast (2017) is free.

In 2018, he published the bilined logo and titling font Playmax.

Behance link. Purchase the fonts at The Liars. Another Behance link. Creative Market link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Omar Mogollón

Colombian designer (b. 1983) of Cartoonero (2015, comic book font), Chum-Chum (2015, fat rounded poster typeface), Rhino (2015, handcrafted), Funnier (2015), Alagunna (2015, connected script), Creepy Circus (2014), Bad Luck (2014, paper cut font), Gonza (2014, fat finger font), Chanda Feliz (2014, caps only comic book typeface), Sin Gracia (2014), Caricaturista (2014, a comic book font), Oh January (2014, hand-printed), Mr Mogollon (2013, hand-drawn) and Digital Kid (2013, dadaist).

Dafont link. Twitter link. Link to Alagunna, his cartoon site. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Orlando Mora

Graphic designer in Bogota, Colombia, whose work frequently involves calligraphy and type design. In 2015, he created the techno typeface Metrica. Also in 2015, together with Michelle Castillo, he created a proposal wayfinding and icon set for the Universidad Piloto de Colombia. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Oscar Fernando Guerrero Cañizares
[Sumotype Foundry]

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Oscar Puentes

Bogota, Colombia-based designer of the great 3d typographic poster Bogota un habitat para todos (2015). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Paola Andrea Quetama

During her studies, Paola Andrea Quetama (Pasto, Colombia) created the grungy typeface Grand Font (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Paula Amaya

Bogota, Colombia-based designer of the free handcrafted typeface Sabinia (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Paula Restrepo

Cali, Colombia-based designer of the art deco typeface New Dec (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Pedro Javier Arbelaez

Medellin, Colombia-based designer of Vinnie Six Rounds (2013), a Western typeface based on the movie Pulp Fiction and co-designed with Daniel Hernandez and Jorge Arias Flores. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Pedro Pelaez

Medellin, Colombia-based designer of the cardiogram-based typeface Deadmau5 (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿


Colombian artist. Designer, with Cosimo Lorenzo Pancini at Zetafonts, of the signage script typeface family Atlantica (2017). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Phil Hoa

East Boston, MA-based designer (b. Colombia) of the free black metal band typeface Black Drops (2014), which was developed during his studies at Montserrat College of Art in Beverly, MA. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Polo Folio

Cali, Colombia-based creator of the hybrid typeface Baut (2013), obtained by crossing Bauhaus with Bodoni. Poker Pro (2013) is an experimental typeface. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿


Colombian designer of a display typeface in 2017. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Rafael Abril

Bogota, Colombia-based designer of the paper fold typeface Fabric Type (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Rafael Olivo Diaz

Barranquilla, Colombia-based designer of the heavy rounded comic book font Arco (2019). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Rafael Rincón

Creative Director in Caracas, Venezuela where he works for a Trade Marketing company called Nexus. He was born in 1973 in Cúcuta, Norte de Santander, Colombia, and is a type designer at the Colombian foundry Andinistas. He co-designed the octagonal typefaces Nikona and Nikona Dual with Carlos Fabián Camargo in 2006: X1 (+Negra), X2 (+Gris), X3 (+Blanca), Stencil (+Dingbats). He writes: The leading thread that typifies this family is its mutant spirit, a result of my personal and typographic interpretation of the three robotic laws created by Asimov in 1940, and reflected many times in sci-fi movies, comics and Japanese anime. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Rafael Sánchez Sánchez

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[Rafael Sánchez Sánchez]

Cali, Colombia-based designer of Simetrika (2015, a hipster typeface) and Awesome (2015, a signage script). Fontspring link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ramdon Studio
[Gustav Rendon]

Illustrator and typographer in Cali, Colombia. Blog. His typefaces:

  • St3ak (2014).
  • Zinuu (2011). A fresh display caps typeface called that marries three concepts: the spiral, dots, and paperclips.
  • Idiky (2011). A poster typeface.
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Raul Montes

Barranquilla, Colombia-based creator of an unnmaed comic book typeface in 2013. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ricardo Arley Patiño Peña
[iAgency 1980]

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Ricardo Gonzalez

Ricardo Gonzalez (b. 1981) lives in Bogota, Colombia. He created the brush / comic book typeface Expresion Social (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ricardo Letters
[Ricardo Patiño]

Colombian graphic designer, calligrapher, type designer and lettering artist. In 2021, he released the blackletter font Frakturata. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Ricardo Patiño
[Ricardo Letters]

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Roberto Muñoz

During his studies, Barranquilla, Colombia-based Roberto Muñoz designed a Chinese brush typeface (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Robinson Posada

Graphic designer in Medellin, Colombia. In 2015, he created the squarish typeface family Quechua, which was created as a logotype and identity for the Imanay project and was inspired by Precolombian art. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Rock Girl Glamm

Designer from Colombia who created Twilight (2009, gothic face). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ryvan Kocko

Cali, Colombia-based designer of the art nouveau-inspired typeface Kockotronic (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sandra Garcia

Sandra Garcia (b. Bogota, Colombia) first studied at the Universidad del Area Andina, Bogota and then obtained a Masters in typography from Centro de Estudios Gestalt in Veracruz, Mexico. Freelance designer and teacher at Universidad de la Comunicacion, in Mexico City.

Sandra created the wayfinding sans typeface Colectiva in 2017 together with Tipas Type, a type foundry she co-founded. Colectiva was originally designed for Mexico City's subway system.

In 2019, she published Emperatriz at Latinotype.

She collaborated on the design of the typographic family Woun Iek for the native Wounaan Colombian language.

In 2017, she received the Clap international award for the project Xantolo, a font for children's publications. Xantolo was part of Tipas Type, a space created by women to promote female work in the typographic field.

For a Mexican beer brand, Sandra Garcia and Tipas Type designed the splendid blackletter typeface Corona (2018) and the copperplate calligraphic typeface Especial (2019).

In 2019, Dafne Martinez, Monica Munguia, and Sandra Garcia finally released the roundish informal children's book typeface Xantolo and the wood type / slab serif typeface Xihtli. In 2019, Dafne Martinez and Sandra Garcia designed the copperplate calligraphic typeface Especial for a common Mexican beer brand

In 2021, Dafne Martinez and Sandra Garcia published Achtli (Book, Didactic), a rounded sans typeface for early readers.

In 2022, Sandra Garcia released the ultra-condensed reverse stress Western typefaces Extra C and Extra C Variable at Tipastype.

Speaker at ATypI 2019 in Tokyo. Co-author of the book Elementype, a practical guide to typographic use. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Santiago Arango

Medellin, Colombia-based designer of these modern sans typefaces in 2019: Oddity (a black compressed sans), Olivia Sans, Ruta Sans, Platypus Wide. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Santiago España

Pasto, Colombia-based designer of the tall display typefaces Pride (2017) and Pride Deluxe (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Santiago Gomez Recio

Illustrator in Cali, Colombia, who created several calligraphic alphabets in 2016. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Santiago Jaramillo Toro

Graphic designer in Bogota, Colombia, who created Round Donnut (sic) (2013), a monoline rounded sans typeface designed on a grid of circles. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Santiago Mahé

Bogota, Colombia-based designer the free handcrafted typeface Mahe (2017). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Santiago Morales Rivas

Medellin, Colombia-based creator of a surreal alphabet (2014). Only drawn by hand, it was not made into a font. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Santiago Moreno

Bogota, Colombia-based creator of the free headline sans typeface Vim SM (2013).

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Santiago Rodriguez

Bogota, Colombia-based designer of Noise Type (2012), an experimental typeface with oscillator noise superimposed on the outlines of the glyphs. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Santiago Silva
[Mykyta (or: Sansilap, or: Macrotipo)]

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Santiago Silva

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Santiago Torres

Colombian type designer. Winner at Tipos Latinos 2018 of a type design award for Electrica. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sara Isabel Buritica

Medellin, Colombia-based creator of the Decay Bold typeface (2015), which ombines grunge and techno. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sara Ramirez

Graphic designer in Medellin, Colombia, who created the stencil typeface Urbala in 2016. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sarah Jllo Toro

Graphic designer in Medellin, Colombia, who created the modular origami typeface ABC Kubrick in 2015. [Google] [More]  ⦿

[Sergio Ramírez Llamas]

Sardiez is a foundry located in Medellín, Colombia, and is run by Sergio Ramírez (b. 1988). He created the ornamental stencil typeface Sra stencil (2008), which was inspired by Colombian colonial times. His typeface Sister won an award at Tipos Latinos 2008 in the non-text typeface category. Trochera (2009) is a Tuscan face. Systopie (2010) is a techno family.

Codesigner with Manuel Ernesto Corradine of Canciller (2012), an italic roman script.

At Tipos Latinos 2012, Sergio Ramírez won awards for the following typefaces: Papermov (in the text category) and Panclasta (in the display category: co-designed with Carlos Fabian Guerrero).

Neuron (2012) is a fantastic 16-style rounded elliptical sans family created together with Manuel Eduardo Corradine over at Corradine Fonts. Tecna (2012) is an 8-style techno sans family also done with Manuel Eduardo Corradine over at Corradine Fonts. Quarzo (2012, with Corradine as well) is a formal copperplate script.

In 2013, together with Manuel Eduardo Corradine at Corradine Fonts, he created Neuron Angled, Alianza Script (a packaging script), Alianza Italic and Alianza Slab (a good-looking slab family). Mayonez (2013, Sergio Ramirez) is a friendly elliptical text typeface for Latin and Cyrillic.

Whisky (2015) is a large blackletter family with inlines and fills for layering co-designed with Manuel Corradine. Related to German expressionism, it won an award at Tipos Latinos 2016.

Typefaces from 2019: Brutman (inspired by brutalist architecture, he explains that he wanted to create a typeface that reimagined the incise style for the 21st century).

Overview of his work and interview.

Behance link. Klingspor link. Fontspring link. Creative Market link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Sebastián Sáchez

Based in Cali, Colombia, Sebastián Sáchez was born in 1996. He created the poster typeface Aissur (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sebastian Castellanos De La Hoz
[Bastarda Type (was: No Name Type Foundry)]

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Sebastian Giraldo

Bogota, Colombia-based designer (b. 1990) designer of the alien alphabet font Galactic Media (2020). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sebastian Guzman

Bogota, Colombia-based designer of the ornamental caps typeface Futuyuno (2013). The name is derived from Futura and Desayuno (breakfast). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sebastian Mejia

Graphic and web designer in Orlando, FL, b. 1995, who created an untitled shadow typeface in 2012 during his studies at Valencia College. He seems to be located in Cali, Colombia. At least, the Sebastian Mejia in Cali designed the decorative typeface Inspira (2014).

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Sebastian Moreno

During his studies in Cali, Colombia, Sebastian Moreno designed the vintage caps typeface Old Sean (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sebastian Yepes
[Typespecimen App]

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Sergio Arlex Guerrero Villa

Bogota, Colombia-based designer of the calligraphic font Alex Brush (2019). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sergio Buitrago

Bogota, Colombia-based designer of a modern all caps typeface in 2018. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sergio Galan

Graphic designer in Bogota, Colombia, who operates as Ink Sega. Creator of the multilined neon light-inspired art deco typeface PhotoCab (2014).

Dafont link. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sergio Ramírez Llamas

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Shara Alvarez

Pasto, Colombia-based designer of a dot matrix font in 2015. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Silvino González Morales

Colombian designer in Bogota. Behance link. He created the octagonal typeface Macro (2010). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Simon Parra-Mongk

Graphic designer in Medellin, Colombia. Creator of the sci-fi typeface Parallax (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sonia García

Colombian designer of the text typeface Aviador Regular, which won an award at Tipos Latinos 2014. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Stephany Montanez

Colombian designer of the handcrafted typeface Flamenco (2019). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sumotype Foundry
[Oscar Fernando Guerrero Cañizares]

Born in 1981 in Colombia, Oscar Guerrero lives in Pasto, Narino, in the southwest of Colombia. His graduation work in 2012 at FADU UBA (University of Buenos Aires) is the Venetian text typeface Epica. Epica was first released in 2014 at Sumotype and later, in 2020, by Sudtipos as Epica Pro.

In 2014, he set up Sumotype Foundry in Bogota, Colombia. The Sumotype fonts include Proyecta (2014: a great wedge-serifed ultra-fat stencil typeface), Septima (2014, sans family for urban signage), Epica (2014 release: this typeface won an award at Tipos Latinos 2014), Farma (2014, a roundish headline sans), Republica del Diseño (2014, stencil), Moira (2014).

Typefaces from 2015: Babar (an inspiring heavy poster typeface also headed for stardom).

Typefaces from 2016: Pacha (free square-shaped tribal typeface with plenty of ligatures).

In 2018, he published the creamy fashion mag italic headline font Vala (Monotype).

In 2019, he added the retro script typeface Playland (Monotype).

Typefaces from 2021: June (a variable font by Fer Cozzi and Oscar Guerrero), Fuga (an experimental hybrid sans).

Typefaces from 2022: Gregor (a hybrid sans serif typeface family with two variants, Upright and Slanted; the design is inspired by some advertising graphic designs used in the United States during the 60's and 70's; published at Bastardatype), The Irish Pub (identity and custom typeface in a Celtic / beer bottle / German expressionist style).

Typeface developer at Omnibus Type. Future Fonts link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Tangrama Estudio

Studio in Bogota, Colombia. Creators of the free modular star-studded typeface Tangrama Sans (2010). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

[Ivan Diaz]

Colombian graphic designer. Creator of GrandGibson (2014), American Handmade (2014), a hand-drawn spurred vintage font that could be used for tattoos and vintage signage, New Yorker Handmade, Victory & Glory TP (2014, a spurred Victorian signage typeface), Gilmost Mills TP (2014), and Eighty One (2014, a Victorian typeface). [Google] [More]  ⦿


Colombian type cartel consisting of Manuel Eduardo Corradine, Carlos Fabián Camargo, John Vargas and César Puertas. The site is run as a blog and has several type education videos. In Spanish. Alternate URL. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Tipos Latinos Colombia

Tipos Latinos Colombia, as of 2010: Hernán Huertas, Ignacio Martínez, Patricia Melo, John Naranjo, César Puertas, Camilo Ruano, Sonia Rubio. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Tomas Saldarriaga

Designer in Medellin, Colombia, who designed Voyager Grotesque (2013, an octagonal typeface family) together with Mateo Rios. Free download. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Trifasica Studio
[Manuel Nieves]

Colombian graphic designer who has worked on the visuality of Champeta (a Colombian music genre) and graffiti in the urban space of Bogota. In 2021, he released the graffiti font Azarosa (a pichacao font that was inspired by the work of the Bogota-based urban artist Arkano) and the 16-century emulation typeface Bocksay Mira (Bocksay Mira is a text font family inspired by the manuscript Mira Caligraphiae Monumenta created between 1561 and 1596 by Georg Bocskay and Joris Hoefnagel for the Holy Roman Emperor. All shapes were taken from the original records in both regular and italic style). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Type Sailor
[David Fernando Espinosa Martínez]

Type Sailor is David Espinosa (born in 1986) who lives in Bogotá. He graduated from the Universidad de Bogotá Jorge Tadeo Lozano as graphic designer and advertiser. He is a descendant of Antonio Espinosa de los Monteros, first royal printer of the viceroyalty of Nueva Granada.

He designed these typefaces:

  • In 2021: Chapinero (blackletter, serif and sans system).
  • In 2020: AmaLita (handcrafted), Font Negra (a spurred blackletter typeface done for a client, Mao Fonnegra).
  • In 2019: Monteros (text typeface), TS Chapinero (blackletter).
  • In 2017: Monteros (a revival of an old style typeface by Antonio Espinosa de los Monteros), Gautama (an organic sans).
  • In 2014: Internerd, Old Providence New Roots (a poster typeface co-designed with Mateo Rivano), Santander (a great didone family).
  • In 2013: Vercingetorix (monoline informal sans), Persifal (calligraphic typeface), Ygraine, Urania, Zephiroth (a semi-connected script), X-Classified (very grungy typewriter typeface), Salme (Treefrog-style script), Joyeux, Fugitiva (an ornamental Western saloon or circus font), Tomsk.
  • In 2012: Pelida, Valpuesta, Walkiria (an informal blackletter), Quattro (a techno family), Olimpia, Luisa, Merlot (like caps in the style of William Morris), Bizancia (Arab simulation face), Imelda, Epifanía, Nero d'Avola (a great calligraphic script), Round, Avanti (calligraphic), Street Dork (stencil face).
  • In 2011: Daniela (hairline sans), Glamourousse (sans), Caro (pixel), Carolina (sans), Kermesse (an octagonal font).
  • In 2010: Davidcito (handwriting) and Hug Femmes (sans).

He says that his inspiration comes from the female form, which always has been associated with classic typography.

Dafont link. Iphoneruler link. FontM link. Facebook link. Issuu link. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Type Stone

Bogota, Colombia-based designer of the sci-fi all caps typeface Disruptiva (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Typespecimen App
[Sebastian Yepes]

As the result of work done at MassArt, Sebastian Yepes's Typespecimen App allows users to explore similar typefaces and zoom in on a typeface for a specific project.

Sebastian Yepes is a graphic design student at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design. He received his previous college education at the University of Caldas, in Manizales, Colombia, where he is from. Yepes is currently working as a Graphic Artist for the organic foods retailer Whole Foods Market in Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts. Sebastian Yepes: Home page. [Google] [More]  ⦿

[Germán Olaya]

Web page by Colombian designer Germán Olaya (b. Bogotá), started in 1998. Most fonts are in the psychological damage category, and great graphic design examples accompany each typeface.

Free fonts: RODRIGO (2009), Iconos Skate (2009, dingbats), Oil, Esso, Radar (designed by Juan Chona), Fango (grunge), Maldita, Diomedez (great!), Tokio Hotel (1998, grunge), Tablhoide, Ultra, Undo 35, Kab, Gim (very useful irregular handwriting), Yexivela (designed by Ximena Velandia), and Uncle Typewriter (old typewriter font).

Money fonts: Santa (2009), Kab, Chato Band (2004), Luke (really crooked), Mosketa (pure grunge), BND, Soda, Fructosa (2007, grunge), Fashyon (calligraphic grunge), Foodshow, Kab.

MyFonts sells King15, Uncle Typewriter, Santa, Kab, Esso, Fashyon, Soda, Mosketa, Yexivela, Fango, Fructosa, Californya.

Dafont link. Fontspace link. YWFT link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

[César Puertas]

Cesar Puertas is the Bogotá, Colombia-based designer, who teaches typography at Jorge Tadeo Lozano University (2005-2007) and National University of Colombia (2009-). He is the co-founder of ADG Colombia (Colombian Association of Graphic Designers). He graduated from the National University of Colombia in 1999, and got an MA in Type and Media from KABK in 2009. He is currently associate professor at Universidad Nacional de Colombia and type designer at Typograma, his own design studio. His typefaces:

  • Puertas Sans (2005).
  • ITC Obliqua (2007), a humanist sans family with handwritten influences, discussed here.
  • Urbana (2007). A humanist sans family having a few odd glyphs such as a very wide "w". Monotype link. Review by Typographica.
  • Bolívar (2007) and Bolívar Dingbats (2007). A contemporary calligraphic display typeface inspired in the handwriting of Simón Bolívar, the liberator of South America.
  • Buendia (2009). His graduation type family at KABK was Buendía. Available from Bold Monday and Fontshop.
  • La Republica (2010). Custom high-contrast didone typeface for a Colombian newspaper. Review by The Case & Point.
  • Robofan (2010, techno; +Symbols).
  • Legitima (2011) is a text font family inspired by the types found in the third edition of the Italian book La Cicceide Legitima, printed in 1695. It was originally developed in 2009 during his studies in the Type & Media program. Its weight and x-height, optimized for 10 point-size, makes it an ideal choice for book design and anything with running text.
  • Ancizar (2013). A family of 26 sans and serif fonts designed for the National University of Colombia. Ancizar won an award at Tipos Latinos 2016.
  • Bufalino Display (2014) is a custom design for El Malpensante. Jointly designed by Cesar Puertas and Juan Sebastian Cuestas, it won an award at Tipos Latinos 2016.
  • In 2016, Cesar Puertas and Jan Filipek co-designed the newspaper typeface Bagatela for La Republica.
  • Translation (2017) is a typeface designed to teach the strokes and stroke order to calligraphy students.

Puertas received many awards at Tipos Latinos 2012: Legitima Regular and Italica won in the text category; while Buendia and La Republica won in the typeface family category. La Republica also won an award at TDC 2012. Speaker at ATypI 2013 in Amsterdam: Algorithm for the assessment of text typefaces using design parameters.

Dafont link. Klingspor link. Monotype link. Flickr page. Behance link. Home page. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

[Cristian Vargas]

Cristian Vargas (b. 1981) is a graphic designer and illustrator from Bogota, Colombia. Since 2004 he has been working on brand and identity projects for companies in Latin America and United States with his design studio Typozon, est. 2015. Cristian studied at the Cooper Union in New York in 2013. In the TypeMedia program at KABK in Den Haag, he designed Salvaje for his graduation in 2015. Salvaje won first prize in the TDC Typeface Design competition in 2017.

He created Pandilla (2011), a curly display face. Salvaje (2015) is an exuberant poster typeface family inspired by the Birds of Paradise. Salvaje was published by Coppers and Brasses in 2018. Facebook link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Uber Argemiro

Envigado, Colombia-based designer of ABC Recto (2017) and ABC Loma (2017), two blackletter-inspired typefaces. [Google] [More]  ⦿


Bogota, Colombia-based designer of Triangle Type (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Valeria Hernandez

Cali, Colombia-based designer of the tropical jungle typeface Dirguel (2019). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Vastago Studio
[Andres Ramirez]

Or Andres Felipe Ramirez Ortiz. Santander de Quilichao / Cali, Colombia-based designer of the useful signage brush script typeface Chepina Script (2017), Noelia Script Pro (2018, a retro signage script), and Toffee Display (2017, for food packaging). Winner at Tipos Latinos 2018 of a type design award for Chepina Script.

In 2018, he designed Nacho Script Pro (a retro script), Louisette and Charlotte Script.

Typefaces from 2019: Vivian Script (a delectable bold lettering typeface), Bloomberg Script (heavy).

In 2021, Ramirez released Vastago Grotesk at Sudtipos. Vastago Grotesk is a nine-weight ink-trapped sans serif font family, inspired by the traditional grotesque designs of the 20th century. It includes a variable font. In mid 2021, Vastago published the glamourous flared display family Milanesa Serif at Sudtipos, which comes with a variable style. Andres Ramirez's 5-style Manchester Condensed rekindles the record sleeve charms of the sixties.

Typefaces from 2022: Savior Sans (with Sudtipos: a 9-weight 3-width sans family for web design, packaging or branding). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Veronica Garcia

Graphic designer in Medellin, Colombia, who created the ornamental caps typeface Abecedario (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Victor Gomez

Based in Bogota, Colombia, Victor Gomez developed Dixia (2013), a simple riound sans script that is geared towards children, both dyslexic and non-dyslexic. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Viviana Monsalve

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Vz Lala

Vz Lala, an illustrator and digital artist in Pereira, Colombia, designed the kitchen tile typeface Lala Bauhaus in 2015. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Weimar Lagos

During his studies in Bogota, Colombia, Wiemar Lagos designed the foliate typeface Leaf (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

William Escobar

Maybe or maybe not---is he related to Pablo Escobar? Regardless, William Escobar (b. 1979) is based in Bogotá, and designed the Indian-themed dingbat typeface Bacatá (2009). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ximena Jiménez

Based in Bogota, Ximena Jiménez is a Colombian lettering artist and designer specialized in murals, branding and apparel design. She was born and raised in Cali, Colombia where she studied graphic design at the University of Fine Arts. From 2014 until 2019, she lived in Buenos Aires to study different styles of calligraphy, lettering and typography. Co-designer, with Alejandro Paul at Sudtipos, of the heavy retro brush script typeface Hot Salsa (2019). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Xtoy Co

Pictogram designer in Pereira, Colombia: Señaletica was made in 2013 for Hotel Don Gregorio. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Yerson Chaves

Graphic designer in Bogota, Colombia, who created the squarish Steve D'Forest typeface family in 2013. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Yessith Santander

Pasto, Colombia-based designer of the art deco typeface Cyerdana (2014). This typeface was finished during Yessith's studies at Universidad de Nariño. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Youssef Mejia

Ibague, Colombia-based graphic designer who created the octagonal Edge Experimental Font (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Yun Gonzalez
[G3 Typefaces (or: TechFonts LatAm)]

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Zilap (or: Mr. Zilap, or Zilap Estudio)
[Juan Guillermo Navarro Barrios]

Juan Guillermo Navarro Barrios runs the design and illustration studio Zilap in Medellin, Colombia. In 2014, he created the hipster typeface Zilap Normal. In 2015, with the cooperation of LJ Design, he created the free futuristic typeface TRG Zilap and the alchemic occult typeface Zilap Geometrik. Zilap Tribu (2016) is an alchemic African tribal font, Zilap Oriental (2016) is an alchemic oriental simulation font, Zilap Corporative (2016) is designed for corporate indentities, Zilap Natural (2016) is a rounded sans typeface, Zilap Alien (2016) is an alien dingbat font, and Zilap Espacial (2016) is an alchemic space era font. Gabi Barnat designed the tribal font Zilap Barnat in 2016. Zilap Marine (2016) is a wavy display typeface. Zilap Urban (2016) is a funky hipster typeface.

Typefaces from 2017: Zilap Sound (hipster style), Zilap Precolombino, Zilap Mystery, Zilap Combat, Zilap Africa, Zilap Monograma, Zilap Black Storm, Zilap Nitro (a racetrack font), Zilap Evolution, Zilap Deep Sleep.

Typefaces from 2018: Zilap Sensitive, Zilap Russia (constructivist, Cyrillic simulation), Zilap Exclusive (pearled), Zilap Orion (futuristic).

It is unclear if Juan Navarro is the same as Luis Jaramillo, because his fonts are published under Luis Jaramillo's label, LJ Design.

Typefaces from 2019: Zilap Destiny.

Typefaces from 2020: Zilap Romance. Fontspace link. Facebook link. Fontspace link. LJ Design Studios link. [Google] [More]  ⦿