Calling your font Pipo might cause some people to think there's a certain lack of seriousness on your part. After all, the name does call to mind… Read More
Calling your font Pipo might cause some people to think there's a certain lack of seriousness on your part. After all, the name does call to mind a clown. Nothing could be further from the truth, though, and Benoît Bodhuin's first design for Gestalten Fonts might be playful, but the only thing it shares with a circus is the activity of traveling. Pipo - with its hand-drawn style and sinuous, tubular drawing - is all about departure and arrival. These characters are defined by the route they have undertaken during design, and Pipo can be used (should be used, according to its designer!) for a variety of things - expected and unexpected - resulting, once again, in a new destination. Read Less
Pipo is a minimalist rounded tubular (and stencil) font available in four weight.
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DESIGNED BY Benoît BodhuinAND DISTRIBUTED BY Gestalten Fonts