Tomasa is a contemporary typeface rooted in urban sounds and visuals. The formal explorations of each glyph interpret the artifacts of city landscape, an attempt to praise and evoke the peculiarities of graffiti and tags. The system has a complex identity, presenting four structural variants for each letter — this stands for the diversity, dynamics and rhythms of hip hop. The name is a tribute to the Chilean singer Tomasa del Real and the neoperreo dance movement.
Standard ligatures, discretionary ligatures, fractions, ordinals, three stylistic sets, slashed zero
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