Avenida™ font family


Designed by John Chippindale in 1994

About Avenida™ font family

Avenida was created by architect and designer John Chippindale in 1994 and is a constructed typeface that leaves a cool, sophisticated impression. John Chippindale based Avenida's design on the lettering styles he found on buildings constructed in the 1930s and 1940s in Spain's Aldalucian region. The elegant Avenida is reminiscent of the show and movie advertisements from the 1920s, and has a touch of Art Deco about it. Avenida is best suited to headlines and short to middle length texts.
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Font Designer: John Chippindale
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Avenida

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Avenida

1 Family



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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

Avenida™ -  2 variants
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