Cortada Dos
by Laura Meseguer
Don't be silly
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font-size: 175px; color: #2b2b2b; line-height: 110%; margin-top: 0; margin-bottom: 10px;
This typeface is a clear example of the explosion in technology that occurred in the 1990s and which spread into the sphere of font design, a task that until then had been restricted to a very small number of highly specialised professionals. This letter came about as a result of experimenting in hand-drawing, without using curves, in the Fontographer font editor. The result is a font in which every letter seems to have been cut out of black paper, hence its name (Cortada means cut in English). This was Laura Meseguer’s first project as a member of Type-Ø-Tones.
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Don't be silly

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Cortada Dos

Author
Laura Meseguer

Creation
1992

Actual version
2 (2010)

Styles
1

Character sets
Basic Latin
Latin-1 Supplement
Latin-2 Central European

License Types
Desktop, Webfont, ePub, App, Server

Description
This typeface is a clear example of the explosion in technology that occurred in the 1990s and which spread into the sphere of font design, a task that until then had been restricted to a very small number of highly specialised professionals. This letter came about as a result of experimenting in hand-drawing, without using curves, in the Fontographer font editor. The result is a font in which every letter seems to have been cut out of black paper, hence its name (Cortada means cut in English). This was Laura Meseguer’s first project as a member of Type-Ø-Tones.

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