ITC Lingo™ font family

Designed by Pelle Piano

About ITC Lingo™ font family

I've been obsessed with type since I was very young, says designer Pelle Piano. “In fact, when I was ten, I used to sneak into stores who sold Letraset sheets, and I actually stole their catalog with all the typefaces. They were perfect good-night stories for me - alphabet after alphabet!” In ITC Lingo, Piano tried out the effect of taking a very rigid underlying letter shape and representing it with “really sloppy outlines.” The underlying form is a condensed Bodoni-like alphabet, with high contrast between thick and thin strokes, but the effect of Lingo is sketchy and informal.
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Font Designer: Per Ellstrøm

ITC Lingo

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ITC Lingo

1 Family

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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

ITC Lingo™ Regular

-  1 variant
From US$ 35
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