Slanted German magazine recently published an article of Denedo Thanks: Julia.
Just like the M.C. Escher impossible figures and optical illusions, “Denedo” is a font that is impossible to construct in three dimensions because it only exists as a drawing. This font is based on the “0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9” characters of one of the alphabets published by Nedo Mion Ferrario in the “Letromaquia” exhibition that was shown in Caracas, Venezuela in the 70’s.
The reason why I chose to restore and complete this font is that unique and exceptional personality that each word acquires when it is written with this alphabet.
Denedo is a typographic family in three styles: Denedo 1A, 1B and 1C. When mixing them in big sizes you will emphasize the balance and incongruity of its shapes, providing originality and a unique identity to every word. All of the 3 variations include a complete character set with the lower and upper case letters, numbers, accents, diacritic signs, punctuation and monetary signs.
All the fonts included in this family are available in Open Type format and are perfectly compatible with Mac and PC.
I want to express my sincere gratitude to all my friends at Typophile who supported and motivated me during the final stages in the development of this font.
Andinistas is a type foundry from Colombia/Venezuela founded by Carlos Fabián Camargo in 1998. Day by day, Andinistas’ work is obtained by more and new buyers all around the occidental world.