Mija is a grotesk vernacular handmade typeface whose imperfections make it perfect. It is a fresh hand-painted display face with a warm and organic feel. This full-of-ink-traps typeface is inspired by local vernacular signs. Mija looks good at both large and small sizes. The family is available in a 4-font combo package, suited for solving most common text hierarchy problems in graphic design; Roman, Bold, Italic and Small Caps.
Mija is derived from the words ‘mi hija’, which literally translated means ‘my daughter’. Mija is a Latin American Spanish term of endearment most of the time used by an older person to a younger girl or woman.
I experimented with this font for Che and other dog lovers. It has round edges and condensed skinny forms. The corner of each letter has a bone shape which is Che’s favorite part. It is free personal and commercial use.
Changaa typeface by David Slaager
The complete specimen for the “Stalker” typeface, complete with its “Creeper” variation. Designed and owned by Geoffrey Bunting.
Johnny Holmes | http://cargocollective.com/jholmes
Currently studying Graphic Design Communication at Chelsea College of Art and Design. Available for freelance work, PDF portfolio available on request. Please don’t hesitate to get in contact with any questions.