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BR Type [Gustavo Lassala]

Gustavo Lassala is a designer and professor in Sao Paulo, Brazil, who runs BR Type. He has a Master's in Education, Art and Culture History from Mackenzie University and a Bachelor's in Design from Sao Judas University.

He created Deriva (2012, based on the scibbles of a homeless person in Sao Paulo), Folha Seca (2012, images of dry leaves), Jalo (2011, hand-printed), Tremida (2010, a shaky handwriting set), Pimba (2010, a splashy face), Arbusto (2009, floral dings), Broxa (2009, a roman brush face), Montada (2008, grunge; followed in 2011 by Montada Clean), Borboleta (2008, butterfly dingbats), Boqueta (2006, a modular sans), Adrenalina SP (2004, based on graffiti tags in Sao Paulo, or pixacaos), Elegante (2006), Sampa (2008, Sao Paulo-themed dingbats) and Flozo (2007, flower dings).

Dafont link. He went commercial in 2007. Based on a concept by Danilo Siqueira and Fred Sekkel, the grungy Times To Go was designed in 2009 by Danilo Siqueira and Gustavo Lassala at BrType. Free download.

MyFonts link. Behance link.

View the typefaces made by BR Type.

EXTERNAL LINKS
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INTERNAL LINKS
Type designers ⦿ Type designers ⦿ The Brazilian type scene ⦿ Commercial fonts (small outfits) ⦿ Dingbats (original) ⦿ Graffiti fonts ⦿ Brush script typefaces ⦿ Handwriting fonts ⦿








file name: Gustavo Lassala Broxa2009


file name: Danilo Siqueira Gustavo Lassala Times To Go 2009


file name: Gustavo Lassala Borboleta 2008


file name: Gustavo Lassala Adrenalina 2007


file name: Gustavo Lassala Folha Seca 2012


file name: Gustavo Lassala Deriva 2012


file name: Gustavo Lassala Flozo 2007


file name: Gustavo Lassala Sampa 2009







Luc Devroye ⦿ School of Computer Science ⦿ McGill University Montreal, Canada H3A 2K6 ⦿ lucdevroye@gmail.com ⦿ http://luc.devroye.org ⦿ http://luc.devroye.org/fonts.html