Rumba

 

Rumba
Rumba
Rumba
A three-style family typeface, from text to words
Laura Meseguer developed Rumba during her time at the KABK’s Type and Media program in The Hague in the early aughts. The family contains three fonts based on the same model, but with varying contrast, construction, and degrees of expressiveness. It comes with several alternate characters, special ligatures, and all of the glyphs required for languages based on the Latin alphabet. This makes Rumba a truly multilingual typeface family, suitable for myriad uses. The family consists of Rumba Small for short texts, Rumba Large for headlines, and Rumba Extra, which imparts a hand-lettered touch. If you want to know more about the design process, I highly recommend you to download the paper at TypeCulture.  
Watch the promotional Video by Nueve Ojos
Prizes:
TDC Certificate of Excellence 2005
“Our Favorite Typefaces of 2006” at Typographica
ATypI Letter.2 2011
Available for licensing at Type-Ø-Tones. Download the pdf
A three-style family typeface, from text to words
Laura Meseguer developed Rumba during her time at the KABK’s Type and Media program in The Hague in the early aughts. The family contains three fonts based on the same model, but with varying contrast, construction, and degrees of expressiveness. It comes with several alternate characters, special ligatures, and all of the glyphs required for languages based on the Latin alphabet. This makes Rumba a truly multilingual typeface family, suitable for myriad uses. The family consists of Rumba Small for short texts, Rumba Large for headlines, and Rumba Extra, which imparts a hand-lettered touch. If you want to know more about the design process, I highly recommend you to download the paper at TypeCulture.  
Watch the promotional Video by Nueve Ojos
Prizes:
TDC Certificate of Excellence 2005
“Our Favorite Typefaces of 2006” at Typographica
ATypI Letter.2 2011
Available for licensing at Type-Ø-Tones. Download the pdf
A three-style family typeface, from text to words
Laura Meseguer developed Rumba during her time at the KABK’s Type and Media program in The Hague in the early aughts. The family contains three fonts based on the same model, but with varying contrast, construction, and degrees of expressiveness. It comes with several alternate characters, special ligatures, and all of the glyphs required for languages based on the Latin alphabet. This makes Rumba a truly multilingual typeface family, suitable for myriad uses. The family consists of Rumba Small for short texts, Rumba Large for headlines, and Rumba Extra, which imparts a hand-lettered touch. If you want to know more about the design process, I highly recommend you to download the paper at TypeCulture.  
Watch the promotional Video by Nueve Ojos
Prizes:
TDC Certificate of Excellence 2005
“Our Favorite Typefaces of 2006” at Typographica
ATypI Letter.2 2011
Available for licensing at Type-Ø-Tones. Download the pdf
A three-style family typeface, from text to words
Laura Meseguer developed Rumba during her time at the KABK’s Type and Media program in The Hague in the early aughts. The family contains three fonts based on the same model, but with varying contrast, construction, and degrees of expressiveness. It comes with several alternate characters, special ligatures, and all of the glyphs required for languages based on the Latin alphabet. This makes Rumba a truly multilingual typeface family, suitable for myriad uses. The family consists of Rumba Small for short texts, Rumba Large for headlines, and Rumba Extra, which imparts a hand-lettered touch. If you want to know more about the design process, I highly recommend you to download the paper at TypeCulture.  
Watch the promotional Video by Nueve Ojos
Prizes:
TDC Certificate of Excellence 2005
“Our Favorite Typefaces of 2006” at Typographica
ATypI Letter.2 2011
Available for licensing at Type-Ø-Tones. Download the pdf
A three-style family typeface, from text to words
Laura Meseguer developed Rumba during her time at the KABK’s Type and Media program in The Hague in the early aughts. The family contains three fonts based on the same model, but with varying contrast, construction, and degrees of expressiveness. It comes with several alternate characters, special ligatures, and all of the glyphs required for languages based on the Latin alphabet. This makes Rumba a truly multilingual typeface family, suitable for myriad uses. The family consists of Rumba Small for short texts, Rumba Large for headlines, and Rumba Extra, which imparts a hand-lettered touch. If you want to know more about the design process, I highly recommend you to download the paper at TypeCulture.  
Watch the promotional Video by Nueve Ojos
Prizes:
TDC Certificate of Excellence 2005
“Our Favorite Typefaces of 2006” at Typographica
ATypI Letter.2 2011
Available for licensing at Type-Ø-Tones.
Download the pdf
Retail Type Design: Rumba

Promotional Postcards by Laura Meseguer, 2016

Promotional Postcards by Laura Meseguer, 2016

Un buen plan City Maps. Barcelona, c. 2010. Design by Javier Gil

Un buen plan City Maps. Barcelona, c. 2010. Design by Javier Gil

Un buen plan City Maps. Barcelona, c. 2010. Design by Javier Gil

Retail Type Design: Rumba in use

Confitería Gloria. Rumba in use at a bakery’s window shop. Bilbao, Spain, 2015  

Confitería Gloria. Rumba in use at a bakery’s window shop. Bilbao, Spain, 2015  

Confitería Gloria. Rumba in use at a bakery’s window shop. Bilbao, Spain, 2015  

© 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