Rayuela font family


Designed by  Alejandro Lo Celso

About Rayuela font family

Rayuela (Spanish for ‘Hopscotch’) is inspired by the ludic atmosphere of literature by writer Julio Cortázar. Despite its suitability for long reading texts, certain informality and irreverence can be seen in its half-serifing single stroke, which resembles handwriting, and in some alternative characters, which defies its style consistency. Rayuela family was a winner at Bukva:raz! type design competition held by the AtypI at Moscow, 2000. The Chocolate 2.0 version won a Certificate of Excellence at the TDC2 2006 by the Type Directors Club of New York.

Rayuela

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Rayuela

3 Typefaces



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Rayuela Luz

-  2 variants
From US$ 48
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Rayuela Chocolate

-  1 variant
From US$ 34
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Rayuela Miscelaneas

-  2 variants
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From US$ 34
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