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Chicha languages | by Diego Sanz Salas
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Chicha languages

Based in the work of popular peruvian artists, this font has three versions that works as layers to simulate the colorful effect of their market signs. Chicha is the name for the mix of cumbia and andean music that started this graphic style in their posters. Each font has 900 glyphs including ornaments, stylistc alternates and ligatures with west european diacritics. It's a great font with rythm and popular flavor for display use.

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Uploaded on January 20, 2012