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Linotype Afroculture™ font family
Designed by Yvan Boul in 1999
Up to 1 Family
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Supports up to 487 languages.
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Like the name suggests, the pi font Linotype Afroculture™ depicts symbols and figures from African folk art. Stylized masks with different expressions and a number of sculptures lend variety to this font. The figures are consciously simple but shown from different perspectives. The black and white surfaces contrast with another and suggest the interplay between shadow and light.
The figures of Afroculture font are perfect for illustrating texts in a related context and their details come through best in larger point sizes.
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