P22 Vidro font family


Designed by  Hajime Kawakami

About P22 Vidro font family

Vidro is a technique introduced by the Dutch in Japan in the 16th century. Vidro glassworks, such as decorations and children's toys, enrich the lives of Japanese people. P22 Vidro is comprised of simple forms that express both irregularity and fluidity.
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Font Designer: Hajime Kawakami

P22 Vidro

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P22 Vidro

1 Family



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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

P22 Vidro Regular

-  1 variant
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