| || |
Alajuela, Costa Rica-based designer of the colored geometric caps typeface HHola (2015), which, like most of her other work, seems to be for the children's market. [Google]
Andres Gomez (San Jose, Costa Rica) created Ava (2013), a typeface that was commissioned by Hurbano. For a radio station, he made the art deco typeface Decho (2013). [Google]
Art director in San Jose, Costa Rica, who created the high-contrast didone custom typeface Radar (2014). [Google]
Graphic designer in San Jose, Costa Rica, who made the free round Victorian informal text face Pavo Royal (2011), Zaguatica (2012, a free masculine sans), the free angular and very readable typeface Lorena (2011), and the free multiline typeface Telefono (2011). [Google]
Carla is a graphic designer originally from Costa Rica. She attended the Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico City, and graduated from the Minneapolis College of Art + Design (2007). She lives in Minneapolis, MN. With Chank Diesel, she is working on a curly bilined script typeface called Willow Whisp (2011). Behance link. She designed Aguas Frescas (2011, Chank Foundry: an outlined hand-drawn curly display type family in Horchata and Tamarindo styles). Home page. [Google]
Creator of Petitrolium (2009, letters reminiscent of an oil spill) and California Roll (2009, rounded). Carlitos is a graphic designer and illustrator from Costa Rica. [Google]
Cintia Rodríguez Zumbado
San José, Costa Rica-based designer of the sharp-edged typeface Menguante (2015). [Google]
Art director in San Jose, Costa Rica. He made the thin geometric sans typeface Fuerza Natural in 2010. [Google]
Designer in San Jose, Costa Rica. Creator of the spurred and wavy serif typeface Serpentes Vestigium (2011). [Google]
Talented graphic designer in San José, Costa Rica, who is originally from El Salvador. Creator of these typefaces:
- Ahora (2012). This typeface is based on an art deco design used in a San Salvador publication in 1943. Free download. Images of Ahora: i, ii, iii, iv, v, vi.
- Ahorita (2012).
- Cronos (2012). An elegant beautiful rounded poster typeface. Images of Cronos: i, ii, iii, iv, v, vi, vii, viii, ix.
Behance link. [Google]
Aka Bicho. Designer in San Jose, Costa Rica, b. 1974. He created the decorative typeface Malajeno (2011). [Google]
Costa Rican designer based in San Jose. Creator of the avant-garde / futuristic typeface Asteroids (2012). [Google]
Costa Rican designer, b. 1975. Home page. He/she created Cabaret Voltaire (2009). [Google]
Heber Xavier Arroyo
Costa Rican architectural designer, technical illustrator, and typographer.. Creator of Techni Sans (2010), the rounded sans typeface AR Techni (2010), Cipher Code (2011, a Masonic symbol typeface done at FontStruct), and the squarish faces Q-Module (2011, FontStruct) and Cynthe (2011).
Dafont link. Behance link. [Google]
This Costa Rican designer (b. 1989) created the free typeface Lecker (2011). [Google]
Graphic designer in San José, Costa Rica, who created the ornamental typeface Mecanica (2014). Behance link. [Google]
Karen Herrera Benavides
At the Universidad Nacional de Costa Rica, Karen Herrera Benavides (Heredia, Costa Rica) created the rounded hand-crafted typeface ika (2015, also called iMac (2015). Behance link. [Google]
Luis Arguedas (Heredia, Costa Rica) designed the wavy Alfa display typeface in 2015 during his studies. [Google]
Marco A. Corea
During his graphic design studies at the University National of Costa Rica in San Jose, Costa Rica, Marco Corea designed a 2-style 3d typeface family called Flex (2012) and the experimental typeface Bones (2012).
In 2013, he created the bullet-holed Bounce Font and the script typeface. [Google]
Cartago, Costa Rica-based creator of the neon sign font Neonia (2012), the calligraphic Sakura logo (2012), and Almendra Unicase (2013).
Behance link. [Google]
Designer from Costa Rica. Her typefaces include Catalano (2012) and Abono Organico (2012, a display face). [Google]
Marko Vinizio Navarro
Alajuela, Costa Rica-based designer of Soul Survivor (2013). [Google]
Cincinnati, OH-based and/or San José, Costa Rica-based designer of the techno ornamental caps typeface Alex Young (2013), named after a DC-area producer and DJ for whom the typeface was created.
In 2014, he made the squarish typefaces Elite and This Way To Costa Rica.
Behance link. [Google]
Migual Cabrera (b. 1982, Costa Rica) studied Fine Arts and became an editorial illustrator in San Jose, Costa Rica. Known as Monfa, he created among other things the award-winning illustrative alphabet Mascaradas (2011). Arista (2011) is an experimental 3-d paper-fold face.
Now based in Mexico City, he published the experimental Favela in 2015. Old URL. [Google]
M.J. Da Luz
Graphic designer and illustrator in San Jose, Costa Rica, who specializes in design for children. Creator of the ornamental caps typefaces Monster Alphabet (2014) and Dogs Alphabet (2014). [Google]
Ped Cordero (Cartago, Costa Rica) created the ornamental caps typeface Sanjo Zoologico in 2013. [Google]
Pixel Canibal is Jonathan Rodriguez's site. He is a Costa Rican, born in 1983. Educated at UNA (Costa Rica) and Bauhaus University (Germany), he does graphic design in a very broad sense. Creator of the art deco typeface Generación (2009), Pig (2009) and the stunning brushed-figures all caps alphabet Dayana (2009). Behance link. [Google]
Costa Rican designer in 2009 at FontStruct of the modular faces Blasphemy, ROF Top, ROF Top Simple, Wireless, Flaggers, Mi-Letra, Monarchy, and Stardots. [Google]
San Jose, Costa Rica-based designer of the handwriting typeface Royfont (2005), the rune font Odisea Astral (2007) and the psychedelic typeface Hurt Me (2007).
Behance link. Dafont link. [Google]
Costa Rican designer (b. 1974) of the modular geometric typeface Noviembre 29 (2011). [Google]
Costa Rican graphic designer who made some typographic posters such as one called Cello (2012). [Google]