Cortada Dos

 

Cortada Dos
Cortada Dos
Cortada Dos
A display typeface for fancy headlines
This typeface is a clear example of the explosion in technology that occurred in the 1990s, spreading into the sphere of font design, a task that until then had been restricted to a very small number of highly specialised professionals. This typeface came about as a result of experimenting with hand-drawing, without using curves, with the Fontographer font editor. The result is a font in which every letter seems to have been cut out of black paper, hence its name (Cortada means cut in English). This was my first project as member of Type-Ø-Tones and now it has been totally updated and renamed as Cortada Dos.
Available for licensing at Type-Ø-Tones. Download the pdf
A display typeface for fancy headlines
This typeface is a clear example of the explosion in technology that occurred in the 1990s, spreading into the sphere of font design, a task that until then had been restricted to a very small number of highly specialised professionals. This typeface came about as a result of experimenting with hand-drawing, without using curves, with the Fontographer font editor. The result is a font in which every letter seems to have been cut out of black paper, hence its name (Cortada means cut in English). This was my first project as member of Type-Ø-Tones and now it has been totally updated and renamed as Cortada Dos.

Available for licensing at Type-Ø-Tones. Download the pdf
A display typeface for fancy headlines
This typeface is a clear example of the explosion in technology that occurred in the 1990s, spreading into the sphere of font design, a task that until then had been restricted to a very small number of highly specialised professionals. This typeface came about as a result of experimenting with hand-drawing, without using curves, with the Fontographer font editor. The result is a font in which every letter seems to have been cut out of black paper, hence its name (Cortada means cut in English). This was my first project as member of Type-Ø-Tones and now it has been totally updated and renamed as Cortada Dos.
Available for licensing at Type-Ø-Tones. Download the pdf
A display typeface for fancy headlines
This typeface is a clear example of the explosion in technology that occurred in the 1990s, spreading into the sphere of font design, a task that until then had been restricted to a very small number of highly specialised professionals. This typeface came about as a result of experimenting with hand-drawing, without using curves, with the Fontographer font editor. The result is a font in which every letter seems to have been cut out of black paper, hence its name (Cortada means cut in English). This was my first project as member of Type-Ø-Tones and now it has been totally updated and renamed as Cortada Dos.

Available for licensing at Type-Ø-Tones. Download the pdf
Retail Type Design: Cortada Dos in use

Promotional Postcards by Type-Ø-Tones, 2008

Promotional Postcards by Type-Ø-Tones, 2008

Big Roll de chocolateBarcelona. Design by Enric Aguilera

Big Roll de chocolateBarcelona. Design by Enric Aguilera

Big Roll de chocolate.
Barcelona. Design by Enric Aguilera

Retail Type Design: Cortada Dos in use

Romeo y Julieta flyer. Published by Jove Teatre Regina, Barcelona, 2002.

Romeo y Julieta flyer. Published by Jove Teatre Regina, Barcelona, 2002.

Romeo y Julieta flyer. 
Published by Jove Teatre Regina, Barcelona, 2002.

© 2005-2020 Laura Meseguer
Custom Type Design and Lettering


© 2005-2020 Laura Meseguer
Custom Lettering and Type Design 


© 2005-2020 Laura Meseguer
Custom Lettering and Type Design 


Drop me a line!
mail@laurameseguer.com

Drop me a line!
mail@laurameseguer.com

Drop me a line!
mail@laurameseguer.com