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Guatemala City-based designer of the handwriting typeface MyPalm (2016). [Google]
Guatemalan type designer. [Google]
Guatemalan designer of Kids Future (2014), a typeface designed for a children's charity. [Google]
Art director at Waffle Productions in Quetzaltenango, Guatemala. Creator of a Greek column-inspired typeface called Greek Swirl Font (2013). Behance link. [Google]
Quetzaltenango, Guatemala-based designer od a squarish typeface at FontStruct (2015). Behance link. [Google]
Designer from Guatemala City (b. 1984). Creator of Contipopgua (2009), a ransom note font. Home page. Fontsy link. [Google]
Diego Morales Portillo
Designer in Guatemala City. Creator of Manual Script (2014). [Google]
Guatemalan designer (b. 1982) who created Squair (2007), a display sans. [Google]
Free Mayan dingbat fonts from 1995: Ab'ajA, TunA, WuujA. Plus the phonetic font OKMAFonetica (1996) and the old language font Maya (1994). [Google]
Free fonts at this Guatemalan site include Ab'ajA (1995, Mayan dingbats), TunA (1995, same as previous one), WuujA (1995, more Mayan dingbats), Maya (1994, Mayan numerals), OKMAFonetica (1996, phonetic font). See also here. [Google]
Digital artist from Guatemala. Creator of the Tembleque typeface (2012). [Google]
Felipe Lopez Vettorazzi
Guatemala City-based designer of Punzante (2015). [Google]
Graphic designer and illustrator in Guatemala City who created the display typeface Amarilo (2015). [Google]
Graphic design student at Leeds Metropolitan University, UK, in 2012. He currently lives in Chesterfield, UK. Creator of Metria (2012, an experimental prismatic typeface), Rainbow (2012, another prismatic typeface), and Erinnerung (2012, a solemn blackletter typeface).
I especially appreciate the anti-coke poster in his portfolio, which reads: For nine years the 450 workers at the Coca-Cola bottling plant in Guatemala City fought a battle for their jobs, their trade union and their lives. Three times they occupied the plant---on the last occasion for 13 months. Three General Secretaries of their union were murdered and five other workers killed.
To celebrate the Olympics in London in 2012, he created a typeface based on the Olympic rings, using a circular grid system. The typeface is called Olympia (2012).
In 2013, he created Core (an inline simple sans), Rounded Mod (geometric rounded circle-based sans), and Pixel. [Google]
Guatemalan graphic designer in Mixco. Creator of the alchemic typefaces Balam (2011: inspired by the Mayan culture; can be bought at Ten Dollar Fonts), Imperio Pastel (2012), Teepee One and Two (2012, Ten Dollar Fonts), Confusa (2012), and Hunab Ku (2012). [Google]
Guatemalan designer of the karate dingbats font Atezawa (2007). [Google]
Based in Guatemala City, Kikki Davila designed the modified didone typeface Gopnai Droogie (2012), which was influenced, he says, by Clockwork Orange.
Dafont link. [Google]
Designer in Guatemala City. He created the 3d outline font Isometric (2012) and Peluda (2012, a sans typeface based on hair).
In 2013, he added the experimental typeface Dioin. [Google]
Graphic designer in Guatemala City who created the sausage-style layered circle typeface Supertipo (2014). Behance link. [Google]
Maria Olga Reyes
Aka ArtisMelB. Was Melby's Magic, and also Melanie's Creations. Guatemalan designer (b. 1990) of Lion King (2007), Mulan (2008, a slightly grungy all caps face), and Nederland Fantasy (2012, a hand-drawn outline face).
Dafont link. [Google]
[Maria Olga Reyes]
Mariaolga Reyes (aka Minimo, or as MO) is a web and editorial designer in Guatemala City. She created the wrought iron curly Victorian typeface Barrots (2012), which was inspired by some buildings in Barcelona. [Google]
Guatemala City-based designer of various display and hand-printed typefaces, including Niloca (2014), Cursi (2014) and Nicolle (2014). [Google]
Graphic designer in Guatemala City who created the hand-printed typeface Sik in 2014. [Google]