Buenos Aires-based graphic designer and prolific type designer who runs Graphic Design Firm. Since 2005, he has been teaching typography together with Marcela Romero and Pablo Cosgaya at the Centro Cultural Ricardo Rojas. Behance link. Klingspor link. Fontspace link. Google Plus link. Interview by MyFonts. His typefaces, haphazardly organized:
- Average (2005, Google Web Fonts). A text face. The sister family is Average Sans (2012, Google Web Fonts). Average won an award at Tipos Latinos 2008 in the extensive family category.
- Linear Book Serif (2003). A humanist font.
- Colona (2004). A serif family.
- Lineare. A six weight sans family. See also LineareA3Versalita (2004). Lineare Serif (Tipo) is characterized by heavy serifs.
- The roundish titling face Titulata (Tipo). See also here. Accompanied by Titulata Italic (2007).
- The classic text family Gilda Roman.
- Alexa. A sans family.
- With Pablo Cosgaya, he designed Loreto (2004). This family was inspired by the types printed in the Manuale ad Usum (1721). The family appeared in 2009 at Tipo.
- He is (was?) working on Average Italic (2006, serif), Astor (2007, sans) and Yeca Serif (2006).
- Think (Tipo). This face won an award at Tipos Latinos 2008 in the non-text category.
- Club Universo (2008, with Mariana Pariani). This face won an award at Tipos Latinos 2010.
- Changa (2009). This rounded black poster face won an award at Tipos Latinos 2010. See also Changa Italic. Google Font Directory link, where one can download Changa One (2011).
- Lassi Display (2009, with Dario Muhafara). This face won an award at Tipos Latinos 2010.
- Merienda One (2011, a brush script). Free at Google Web Fonts.
- This experimental face (2004).
- Mate (2011). A free readable text face at Google Font Directory.
- Arapey (2011, Google Font Directory) is a didone family named after a Uruguayan town.
- Lemon (2011). A free signage face at Google Web Fonts.
- Unlock (2011). A free quadraplegic face at Google Web Fonts.
- Diplomata (2012, +SC) is a free openface typeface publihed at Google Web Fonts).
- Glegoo (2012, Google Web Fonts) is a modern slab serif.
- Imprima (2012, Google Web Fonts) is a very readable humanist sans with large counters and a large x-height.
- Graduate (2012, Google Web Fonts) is an athletic lettering font.
- Belleza (2012, Google Web Fonts) is a humanist sans typeface with moderate to high stroke contrast.
- Orienta (2012) is a free sans face at Google Web Fonts.
- Warnes (2012). A fifties diner connected script that is free at Google Web Fonts.
- Orienta (2012, Google Web Fonts) is a large x-height wide-eyed sans.
- Combo (2012, Google Web Fonts) is an eggheaded headline face.
- Paprika (2012) is an expressive informal typeface. Free at Google Web Fonts.
- Unica (2012) is a unicase sans, also at Google Web Fonts.
- Strait (2012) is a cold sans. Google Web Fonts link.
- Faster (2012, Google Web Fonts) is a retro face that gives the illusion of speed.
- Kite One (2012, Google Web Fonts) is a rounded monoline humanist sans.
- Offside (2012, Google Web Fonts) is a monoline stroke font.
- Joti One (2012, Google Web Fonts. A retro futuristic typeface.
- Croissant (2012, Google Web Font). A non-connected formal upright script.
- Gilda Display (2012, Google Web Fonts) is a serifed face with high stroke contrast.
- Sintony/a> (2013, Google Web Fonts).
- Gabriela (2013, Google Web Fonts).
Eduardo Rodríguez Tunni
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