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Skope
by José Manuel Urós
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Manuel Urda Marín
18
font-size: 91px; color: #2b2b2b; line-height: 110%; margin-top: 10px; margin-bottom: -40px;
Dynamic demand forecasting indicates that a mainstream approach may establish a basis for leading-edge information processing to insure the diversity of granularity in encompassing expansion of content provided within the multimedia framework under examination. Empowerment in information design literacy demands the immediate and complete disregard of the entire contents of this cyberspace communication. To more fully clarify the current exchange, a few aggregate issues will require addressing to facilitate this distributed communication venue.
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Manuel Urda Marín
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Josep Coll & Coll
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font-size: 91px; color: #2b2b2b; line-height: 110%; margin-top: 10px; margin-bottom: -40px;
Dynamic demand forecasting indicates that a mainstream approach may establish a basis for leading-edge information processing to insure the diversity of granularity in encompassing expansion of content provided within the multimedia framework under examination. Empowerment in information design literacy demands the immediate and complete disregard of the entire contents of this cyberspace communication. To more fully clarify the current exchange, a few aggregate issues will require addressing to facilitate this distributed communication venue.
18
Josep Coll & Coll

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Skope

Author
José Manuel Urós

Creation
2018

Actual version
1

Styles
2

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

License Types
Desktop, Webfont, ePub, App, Server

Description

Skope is an experiment in horizontal stress and also a recreation of the extreme lettering style of comic masters such as Josep Coll or Manuel Urda from his cartoons in the pages of the classic TBO (Barcelona, Spain, 1917-1998)  or our contemporary favorites Francesc Capdevila -Max- and Joost Swarte.

The proportions and some of the fundamental features of Skope are drawn from the features of the masthead of the magazine Triunfo (Valencia, Spain, 1946-1982). 

The inspiration for the numbers comes from a kitchen clock from the 70’s photographed in the distance in a second-hand shop.

Article

“The Design process of Skope" by José Manuel Urós

 




Tags
Display, Serif