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Monday
Dec032007

137. Mexico, Forging the character.

mexico.jpgI didn't go, but apparently at TypeCon 2007 there was a presentation given concerning Mexico and typography: Mexico, Forging the Character. The presentation was given by: Garone Marina, Loaiza Isaías, Martínez Meave Gabriel, Vazquez Leonardo; and the typefaces used in the slides are: Darka, Integra, Mexica & Proteo. It's not all about particular typefaces, page to the back and you'll see lots of interesting type information as it relates to our southern neighbor. I wish I could have been there for this. That's about all that I know, except that some of these rock. Check them out here. My favs include: Luchita Payol by Enrique Ollervides (pictured above) and Kukulkan by Raul García Plancarte. Who says you can't do a powerpoint that even looks good sitting still?!?

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