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Caturrita becomes a versatile family for use in both long texts as it can be well used in titles. The characters have fluidity, contemplating the… Read More
Caturrita becomes a versatile family for use in both long texts as it can be well used in titles. The characters have fluidity, contemplating the principle of continuity, it has structural strength of the glyphs to be drawn by considering aspects calligraphy. The name comes from the similarity between the characteristics of the bird well known in southern Brazil, drawing the loose, fluid that resembles a flying bird, moreover, a clear reminder that some of the glyphs are the serifs beak of the animal. Read Less
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Caturrita becomes a versatile family for use in both long texts as it can be well used in titles. The characters have fluidity, contemplating the principle of continuity, it has structural strength of the glyphs to be drawn by considering aspects calligraphy. The name comes from the similarity between the characteristics of the bird well known in southern Brazil, drawing the loose, fluid that resembles a flying bird, moreover, a clear reminder that some of the glyphs are the serifs beak of the animal.
Caturrita becomes a versatile family for use in both long texts as it can be well used in titles. The characters have fluidity, contemplating the principle of continuity, it has structural strength of the glyphs to be drawn by considering aspects calligraphy. The name comes from the similarity between the characteristics of the bird well known in southern Brazil, drawing the loose, fluid that resembles a flying bird, moreover, a clear reminder that some of the glyphs are the serifs beak of the animal.
 
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