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Bazaruto Font

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BazarutoDesigners: Brian J. Bonislawsky, Jim Lyles
Publisher: Stiggy & Sands
Created by Brian J. Bonislawsky and Jim Lyles, Bazaruto is a numerous classification typeface family. This typeface has thirteen designs and was published by Stiggy & Sands.

The Bazaruto family was motivated by an old made specimen from "Letters and Lettering" by Carlyle & & Oring, but you'll find the inspiration has actually been considerably expounded upon. What began as an all Capitals specimen has been fleshed out to a prolonged complete character set with numerous features and variations from the initial design.

Bazaruto has actually been an exercise in typographic advancement. The initial Art Deco style spawned a Personalized version, then a Bodoni-esque text design, and then a monoline variation of that text design (both of the latter complete with Obliques).


But after that is when the genuine analyses of type began with the development of the Iron typefaces, playing off the original specimen having a visual taste of wrought ironwork in them, and mixing that into the Bodoni-esque typestyles.


Lastly, a reckless hand drawn version of the Iron typefaces and an ornaments font were created to add more range and spunk to the family.


The Bazaruto household is a visual grab bag of designs which all have an underlying harmony.

.Font Family:
· Bazaruto Regular
· Bazaruto Engraved
· Bazaruto Text Regular
· Bazaruto Text Oblique
· Bazaruto Text Monoline
· Bazaruto Text Monoline Oblique
· Bazaruto Iron Regular
· Bazaruto Iron Solid
· Bazaruto Iron Fill
· Bazaruto Iron Hand Regular
· Bazaruto Iron Hand Solid
· Bazaruto Iron Hand Fill
· Bazaruto Ornaments Regular

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