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Alex Rosario Type [Alex Rosario]

Alex Rosario (b. New York City) revived Roc Mitchell's retro-futuristic phototype Corporate as Corporatus (2018).

As Neologix on FontStruct, he made these pixelish or modular typefaces: Harpoon Art (2016, loosely based on Dan X. Solo's Lampoon), Negesis (2014-2017, after the Sega Genesis logotype), New Era Software (2014-2017), Trigger (2011-2018: a pure pixel family). Alex explains: Descended from the classic Chicago font, Trigger Bold is a recreation of the original dialogue font from the award-winning game, Chrono Trigger.

Other typefaces include Ensconce Sans (2017; free demo): Taking inspiration from the Univers family of typefaces, Ensconce is a project undertaken to recreate in a digital format the work originally performed by Girvin Design for the English branding of the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. Taking great measures to retain the design choices of the original logotype, Ensconce has been successfully used to recreate the SNES logo currently in use on Wikipedia.

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