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Hi! I am Pedro Arilla, a type designer & typographer from Spain based in Reading (UK).

‘Tipotecture’ is my digital font foundry where I sell my fonts and do consultancy about typography. I am also Content Manager at ‘Fontown’. I write and podcast about typography on ‘Don Serifa’, write in the ty… Read More
Hi! I am Pedro Arilla, a type designer & typographer from Spain based in Reading (UK).

‘Tipotecture’ is my digital font foundry where I sell my fonts and do consultancy about typography. I am also Content Manager at ‘Fontown’. I write and podcast about typography on ‘Don Serifa’, write in the typography section of the design magazine ‘Gràffica’, and I am a member of ‘Unos Tipos Duros’ and ‘Lletraferits’. I am also an organiser and teacher at the course about type design ‘Glíglifo’, give workshops and lectures, write articles in blogs and magazines, and teach online training at ‘video2brain/LinkedIn Learning’ and ‘Domestika’.

I am currently attending the ‘Master of Arts in Typeface Design’ at the University of Reading, United Kingdom. Read Less
Based in Zaragoza, Spain, Tipotecture was founded in 2016 by Pedro Arilla with the idea of designing brave typefaces with a singular flavour. And there they are: an independent digital foundry where they love designing & developing bespoke fonts, selling their retail fonts and doing consultancy about typography.

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Based in Zaragoza, Spain, Tipotecture was founded in 2016 by Pedro Arilla with the idea of designing brave typefaces with a singular flavour. And there they are: an independent digital foundry where they love designing & developing bespoke fonts, selling their retail fonts and doing consultancy about typography.

The word ‘tipotecture’ —"tipografía"+“architecture”— is the keystone to understand their philosophy about ‘building’ or designing letters. Is a term they have borrowed from the Dutch typographer Piet Zwart (1885—1977) who named himself ‘typotekt’ and, in the same way that he built pages with types, they want to construct ideas, emotions and links around a typeface. Yep, they love building letters! Read Less
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