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Ivà
by Joan Barjau
  • Ivà Regular
  • 35.00
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  • Ivà Regular
  • 35.00
  • Buying options
HISTORIETAS DE LOS AÑOS 50
Upscaling the resurgent networking exchange solutions, achieving a breakaway systemic electronic data interchange system synchronization, thereby exploiting technical environments for mission critical broad based capacity constrained systems. Fundamentally transforming well designed actionable information whose semantic content is virtually null. In order to properly merge and articulate these core assets, an acquisition statement outlining the information architecture, leading to a racheting up of convergence across the organic platform is an opportunity without precedent in current applicability transactional modeling.
  • Ivà Heavy
  • 35.00
  • Buying options
  • Ivà Heavy
  • 35.00
  • Buying options
¡las ramblas eran la bomba!
Upscaling the resurgent networking exchange solutions, achieving a breakaway systemic electronic data interchange system synchronization, thereby exploiting technical environments for mission critical broad based capacity constrained systems. Fundamentally transforming well designed actionable information whose semantic content is virtually null. In order to properly merge and articulate these core assets, an acquisition statement outlining the information architecture, leading to a racheting up of convergence across the organic platform is an opportunity without precedent in current applicability transactional modeling.

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  • Ivà Family Pack
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Ivà

Author
Joan Barjau

Creation
1995

Actual version
2 (2007)

Styles
2

Character sets
Basic Latin
Latin-1 Supplement

License Types
Desktop, Webfont, ePub, App, Server

Description

This family was created in 1994 for the credit titles of a film, and is in fact the handwriting of Ramon Tosas, Ivà, the late cartoonist of the magazines El Papus and El Jueves, and author of cartoon series such as “Makinavaja” or “Historias de la puta mili”. It was digitised by Joan Barjau.

Tags
Display, Handwritten, Sans Serif, Script