Cinta Adhesiva font family

Designed by Eye One in 2011
Ian Lynam in 2011

About Cinta Adhesiva font family

Cinta Adhesiva began as a typeface designed for the masthead of a graffiti fanzine called Free Copy. The monumental letters painted by L.A.-based graffiti writers Crae and Hael greatly influenced the feel of the typeface. The availability and ease-of-use of tape as a medium to write with is apparent on a multitude of surfaces, and this approach led to the creation of Cinta Adhesiva.

Cinta Adhesiva

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Cinta Adhesiva

1 Family

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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

Cinta Adhesiva Regular -  2 variants
From US$ 20
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