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Quito, Ecuador-based designer of the decorative typeface Omagua (2014). It is based on symbolisms of the Tupi-Guarani people who lived in Amazonia. [Google]
Alejandro Ribadaneira Aguilar
Quito, Ecuador-based designer. Creator of the free geometric font Alektro Young (2014). [Google]
Quito, Ecuador-based designer, b. 1989, of Golf Tools (2012), a golf-themed display typeface. Movie Soundtrack (2012) is a film strip-themed font. [Google]
Advertising designer in Quito, Ecuador. He created the counterless typeface Tipe 4 tres. Behance link. [Google]
During her studies at UDLA in Quito, Ecuador, Andrea Palacios designed the chromatic ornamental caps typeface Curvus (2015). [Google]
Creator of a circle-based font called Roseta (2013), which is based on the glass and iron work (rosetón) of the Basílica del Voto Nacional de Quito, Ecuador. Andrea is based in Quito as well. [Google]
Andres Escobar (Riobamba, Ecuador) created the display typefaces Bombillo (2013) and Chachay (2013). [Google]
Bryan Guerrero Gonzaga
Graphic designer in Quito, Ecuador, who created the vintage spurred display typeface Andinia (2016, in Regular, Sans and Shadow styles). With vernacular origins, the designer is showcasing it as an athletic lettering font family. [Google]
César López Rivadeneira
Ecuadorian designer of the typeface Tipoglifo, which won an award at Tipos Latinos 2014. [Google]
Art director in Quito, Ecuador. Creator of the Elatina typeface family in 2012, a rounded simple sans for use in magazine headlines.
Behance link. [Google]
Designer and art director (b. Riobamba, Ecuador, 1986) whose studio is Disaikner in Barcelona. He created several free vernacular typefaces in 2013 that are based on wall writing and hand-drawn signs found in the city. These include Trueno, Mecanica, Garaje and Tiner.
Behance link. [Google]
Guayaquil, Ecuador-based creator of the organic typeface DaLeaves Condensed (2013). [Google]
Diego Lara Saltos
Neurotypo (2011) is a free illustrated caps alphabet made by Diego Lara, a graphic designer and illustrator from Cuenca (was: Quito), Ecuador.
Behance link. [Google]
Economia Basada en Recursos
Economia Basada en Recursos, or EBR, or RBE, created the compass-and-ruler logotype EBR in 2016. This social change program is based in Cuenca, Ecuador. [Google]
Illustrator in Quito, Ecuador, who created an unnamed ornamental caps alphabet in 2013. [Google]
Guayaquil, Ecuador-based designer of the tall compass-and-ruler poster typeface Bulb (2016), which was a school project at Universidad Casa Grande. [Google]
Quito, Ecuador-based freelance designer who created the grotesque typeface Gabrielle Corleone (2015), which is named after the mafia dynasty. [Google]
Guayaquil, Ecuador-based designer who was inspired by the lettering of Payskool when she designed the typeface Agartha in 2015. [Google]
Gen Studios in Quito, Ecuador, designed the modular compass-and-ruler display sans typeface Bohio in 2014. [Google]
At the Universidad de Cuenca, Ecuador Geovanny Gavilanes designed the free spurred and diamond-studded vintage typeface Caja (2016), Inglorious Basterd Icons (2015, based on Quentin Tarantino's movie) and the free SVG format Antique Weapons Icons. In 2016, he created the free orthogonal deco typeface Cortana. [Google]
On April 17, 2016, the day that Ecuador suffered a devastating coastal earthquake measuing 7.8 on the Richter scale, Goulk Rouse from Ambato, Ecuador, published his bar code-inspired typeface Barra on Behance. [Google]
Henry Paul Sanchez Cuaran
Quito, Ecuador-based creator (b. 1994) of the hairline sans typeface Line Style (2014). Facebook link. [Google]
Jackeline González Morocho
Salinas, Ecuador-based designer of some geometric display typefaces in 2014 such as Neon and Prism. [Google]
Graphic and web designer in Guayaquil, Ecuador. FontStructor of the angular counterless typeface Geometrik (2012). Behance link. [Google]
Designer at Pastaza Type in Ecuador of the angular scribbly typeface Punkstoric (2010). [Google]
Designer at Pastaza Type in Ecuador of the Mexican ornamental caps typeface Punk (2009). [Google]
As a student in Guayaquil, Ecuador, Jonathan Ortiz designed the free decorative AI format typeface Fusion Alphabet (2016). [Google]
Guayaquil, Ecuador-based designer of the experimental geometric typeface Geart (2015). [Google]
Designer from from Puyo, Ecuador, b. 1991, known as Darko Juan. He made numerous free fonts.
Creator of these typefaces:
- Amazonica (2009) is a curlified roman face.
- Artesanias (2011).
- Básica (2010, an organic octagonal sans done with FontStruct) and Básica Unicode (2010).
- Black Audio (2010): gridded.
- Bohemia (2010): grunge face.
- Borracho (2009).
- Bosque Encantado (2010).
- Cabaret (2011).
- Chave (2010) and Gato (2010) are hand-printed typefaces.
- Code 7x5 (2015) and Code 8x8 (2016). Pixel typefaces.
- Colonial (2010).
- Cuneiforme (2010): cuneiform simulation face.
- The scary gothic typefaces La Flama y La Espina, Pasión Acústica (2009), Dark Pix (2010, FontStruct), Goth Stencil (2009, blackletter stencil), Goth Stencil Premium (2009), Ming Imperial (2009) and Ming Gothic (2009, was Chino Gotico before that). The latter two typefaces have an Asian look. Pasion Gotica (2010, FontStruct).
- Fam Fuerte (2011, grungy).
- Furia&Venganza (2011). A tattoo face.
- Hangul Love2 (2010).
- La Rosa Muerta (2010).
- Lejana (2010): a curly script.
- Linexter (2013). A vintage typeface.
- Luismi Murder (2009).
- Magical Dreams (2011).
- Mobile Sans (2015).
- Narn Font (2011). Inspired by The Chronicles of Narnia.
- Ninja Turtles (2014) and Guardians of the Galaxy (2014). Sci-fi typefaces.
- No Hubo Tiempo (2009) is a timid handwriting face.
- PercanceFatal (2009).
- Pixel typefaces: Trium (2010), DarkPix (2009, done with FontStruct).
- The blackletter typefaces Por Siempre Gótica (2011), Artesanias (2011), Fraktura (2011), Neue Goth (2011), Estilographica (2011).
- The curly scribbly typefaces One Wild Line (2012), Romance Fatal 2.0 and 3.0 (2009, based on his own hand), Romance Fatal Pix (2010), Romance Fatal (2009, +Serif), Romance Fatal Goth (2009), Romance Fatal Sans (2011).
- Rounded Sans (2014).
- Scars Before Christmas (2010).
- Schindler's Font (2011). Inspired by the movie.
- Sucker Font (2011). A metal band face.
- Tatida Versal (2009), Tatida Rocking (2009).
- Tattoo Sailor (2010).
- A custom font for Teller Of Tales: A Fib Fit For A King, a 2011 movie by Woody Lindsey.
- The Fire Regular (2011).
- Tipófila (2010).
- Valle Lejano (2010, FontStruct).
- Verde Amazonico (2011).
- Versal-Gothic (2009).
- Xefora (2011). A spindly blackletter.
- Schindler's Font (2011). Based on the movie sequence.
- Frozen Font (2014) is also movie-inspired.
- Viaje Script (2015).
- The Marauders (2015). A pirate typeface.
- Camomila (2015). A feminine script.
- Jupiter Serif (2015). Based on the titling of the movie Jupiter Ascending.
- Erie Roman (2014). A roman caps typeface.
- Ancient War (2015). Inspired by the movie War Craft.
Behance link. Devian tart link. Home page. Dafont link. Old home page. Fontspace link. Abstract Fonts link. Creative Market link. [Google]
[Sharp & Type]
Ecuadorian type designer. Award winner at Tipos Latinos 2010 for his experimental typeface Chacana. At Pixilate, he published the hand-printed typeface Lu Px with Kemie Guiada in 2004. It is based on an architect's hand. [Google]
Luis C. Bolaños
Ecuadorian designer of the typeface Pájaros Andinos, which won an award at Tipos Latinos 2014. Kero (2015) won an award at Tipos Latinos 2016. [Google]
Maria Cisneros Flor
Riobamba, Ecuador-based designer of the gridded typeface Reloj (2014). [Google]
Pablo Nicolas Gavilanes Bourgeat
During his graphic design studies in Quito, Ecuador, Pablo Nicolas Gavilanes Bourgeat created the modular display typeface Nonchalant (2012). [Google]
Pastaza Type is located in Puyo, Ecuador. It groups the Casco brothers, Juan, Eduardo and Luis, as well as Javier Villamil and Danny Fiallos. Pastaza designed the free dingbat fonts Papa Roach (2010) and Telefonica (2010). Other typefaces from 2010 include Punkstoric (by Javier Villamil), Punk (2009, Mexican or Inca ornamental caps by Jinso Elmalo), and Spoonge Punk (by Valeria Herrera). In 2011, they made Wires, and Cowboys. [Google]
Cuenca, Ecuador-based designer of the Pre-Columbian art typeface Dragonart (2014). [Google]
Paulina Merchán Borja
Graduate of Escuela Superior Politénica de Chimborazo de la ciudad de Riobamba, Ecuador. Now an art director in Riobamba, she created the triangle-inspired Suky typeface in 2015 [Google]
Quito, Ecuador-based designer of the trilined (neon?) typeface Strato (2015). [Google]
Quito, Ecuador-based designer of a decorative typeface in 2016. [Google]
Rodrigo Bento d'Almeida
Graphic designer from Mompiche, Ecuador. He created an octagonal display typeface called Mompiche (2009). [Google]
Designer in Guayaquil, Ecuador. He created the straight-edged display typeface Sant Serif (2011). Home page. [Google]
Sharp & Type
Typefoundry set up by Juan Casco (Puyo, Ecuador) in 2013. Its typefaces as of 2014 include Jeniffer Script (a vampire script), Darkshire JZ (by Jeniffer Zuñiga), Frozen Script (by Juan Casco), Tramonta, Elrie Roman, Linexter (by Juan Casco), Refugiatta Bold, Ninja Turtles (modular and squarish), Frozen Roman, Guardians of the Galaxy (octagonal sci-fi face).
In 2015, Juan designed Huntsman, Funpool / Deadpool (movie titling font), Antman (based on the movie), Daredevil, Iron Tech (octagonal, techno), Limon Script (signage script), Viaje Script, Camomila (script), and The Marauders (a pirate typeface).
Typefaces from 2016: Atemporal (blackboard bold style), Symphony Script (calligraphic).
Behance link. Home page. Creative Market link. [Google]
Support Against Gender Violence
Guayaquil, Ecuador-based designer of the grungy typeface Gender Violence (2014). [Google]
Tipos Latinos Ecuador
Tipos Latinos Ecuador, as of 2010: Esteban Salgado, Silvia Noriega, Andrés Salgado, Ana Lucía Garcés, Galo Carrión, Pablo Ramos, Jaime Nuñez del Arco, Helena Malo, Carmen de la Cerda. [Google]
Designer at Pastaza Type in Ecuador of the nice outlined hand-printed typeface Spoonge Punk (2010) and of the curly script typeface Cachuelin (2011). [Google]
Vanessa Zuniga (Amuki) is a graphic designer in Loja, Ecuador. She created the experimental typeface Pacha (2010), which is based on old Indian patterns. Lineas Y Puntos is a bribeware display typeface created in 2014.
Amaru Creador won an award at Tipos Latinos 2014. In 2015, she created the free display typeface Abyaster. Her typefaces Modular 46 and Tiwanacu won awards at Tipos Latinos 2016.
Behance link. [Google]
Quito, Ecuador-based designer who created the sketched 3d font Doodle (2015), the spurred athletic lettering font Sporty (2015), Retram (2015), Leafy (2015), and the textured all caps typeface Round Sketch (2015). Creative Market link. [Google]
As a student at Universidad del Azuay, Victor Coello (Cuenca, Ecuador) created the display typeface Insect in 2015. [Google]
Guayaquil, Ecuador-based designer of the circus font Costeña (2015). [Google]