Latinotype Releases Campeche Font on MyFonts

MyFonts has just announced the arrival of an expressive yet functional font family. Say hello to Latinotype’s newest typeface, called Campeche. In addition, Monotype has acquired the Paulo Goode type foundry.

Campeche Font

Campeche Font
Campeche Font Family ©MyFonts

Created by Brazilian designer Sofia Mohr, Campeche is inspired by the grotesque typefaces of the late 19th century, coupled with a typically Latin American sense of play that gives it a modern freshness.

The new and powerful Campeche will let you focus on your design with its 54 styles.

– Latinotype

The font family is available in two styles and three widths, from condensed to extended, each with 9 weights for a total of 54 fonts, in addition to the variable version.

Campeche is a comprehensive, versatile typographic system that can be used for packaging, editorial, branding, and more.

Paulo Good Acquisition

Cream Font ©Monotype

The current Paulo Goode typeface library has been acquired by Monotype, the parent company of MyFonts. It consists of 42 typefaces, including Audacious™, a bold and quirky serif; Cream, a soft serif inspired by Oswald Bruce Cooper’s typeface of the same name; and Majesty™, a refined, incised typeface inspired by the centuries-old tradition of engraved type.

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