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David Cabianca

Canadian type designer Cabianca holds masters degrees from The University of Reading, Cranbrook Academy of Art (2001) and Princeton University. Creator of the Scala Sans-like typeface Quotidian Sans (2002) and of Stupidity (2001). As a graduate student at Reading in 2003-2004, he designed Cardea (2003-2004), which was released by Emigre in 2014. Cardea is a masculine angular text typeface with high blood pressure. Emigre writes that he created a typeface that sparkles on the page, with high contrast, luster and crisp edges. The result is a type with a muscular or sculptural feel much like the work of artists Arne Quinze or Mark di Suvero.

David Cabianca teaches graphic design at York University in Toronto, Canada. Speaker at ATypI 2006 in Lisbon.

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