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Feliciano / Mazagan

Feliciano Type

New type: MazaganAugust 29, 2019

Marocaines, a tangle of multi-cultural references — was featured in the Fonderie Mayeur Type Specimen (Paris, 1912). The face is also featured in other specimen books of the same period, including the FTF (Fonderie Typographique Française) specimens that show a narrower version.

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New Type: CrisolApril 14, 2019

An Art Deco stencil. Crisol is a stencil display typeface designed following the same basic design principles as Futura Black (Paul Renner, 1929) and Braggadocio (W.A. Woolley, 1930), both based on Art Deco lettering. Crisol uses the same idea but takes it to a different level by adding a five-width range and a more rational design approach. The five-width variation and greater consistency in letter shapes give Crisol a contemporary feel that distinguishes it from its predecessors and turns it into a powerful typographic tool for editorial use.

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Crisol Specimen FolioApril 14, 2019

Crisol is a stencil display typeface designed following the same basic design principles as Futura Black (Paul Renner, 1929) and Braggadocio (W.A. Woolley, 1930), both based on Art Deco lettering. Crisol uses the same idea but takes it to a different level by adding a five-width range and a more rational design approach.

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New Type: Marcin Antique & Marcin TypewriterOctober 22, 2017

Our first retail release in quite a while has gone through many names and incarnations — the first ones dating back to 2010 — before settling on Marcin Antique. Inspired by late 19th-century French types produced by the Fonderie Gustave Mayeur in Paris, the sans serif family is a fresh interpretation of France’s long tradition of grotesque faces.

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Marcin Antique Specimen FolioOctober 22, 2017

Feliciano Type Foundry’s first retail release in quite a while has gone through many names and incarnations — the first ones dating back to 2010 — before settling on Marcin Antique. Inspired by late 19th-century French types produced by the Fonderie Gustave Mayeur in Paris, the sans serif family is a fresh interpretation of France’s long tradition of grotesque faces.

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Marcin Typewriter Specimen FolioOctober 22, 2017

Feliciano Type Foundry’s first retail release in quite a while has gone through many names and incarnations — the first ones dating back to 2010 — before settling on Marcin Antique. Inspired by late 19th-century French types produced by the Fonderie Gustave Mayeur in Paris, the sans serif family is a fresh interpretation of France’s long tradition of grotesque faces.

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New Type: Grotzec MoreOctober 30, 2015

Grotzec More, designed by Mário Feliciano, is a companion to Grotzec Condensed. It includes three new condensed styles of the Grotzec family: Grotzec X-Condensed Bold, Grotzec Narrow Bold and Grotzec X-Narrow Bold. All three styles are also available as single weights.

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Type Tuesday, FelicianoAugust 2, 2011

Every new issue of Eye since the redesign of Summer 2009 features different ‘guest’ typefaces. Eye 80 employs two contrasting typefaces — Grotzec and Sueca — from Mário Feliciano’s foundry, based in Lisbon, Portugal.

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New Type: Eudald NewsApril 22, 2010

Eudald News, designed by Mário Feliciano, comes out of a larger family of fonts designed in 1998 after the types cut by Eudald Pradell in Spain during the eighteenth century. As denoted by its name, Eudald News is a version adapted specially for newspapers.

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New Type: Flama supersetApril 28, 2008

One of the maiden releases when Village launched in 2005, and still one of our most popular offerings, the Flama family has been expanded and improved. Mário Feliciano, the great Portuguese designer, has added three additional widths and some extra weights to this eminently useful sans.

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Typographica on GardaDecember 25, 2005

William Berkson reviews Garda

Garda is a set of three classically proportioned titling caps. The full serif, #1, is as elegant as Trajan, but more genial. The small serif, #2 achieves a new look with straight horizontals and verticals, tapered rounds, and noticeable, but not assertive serifs.

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Foundry: FelicianoJuly 14, 2005

Mário Feliciano joins Village upon our launch.

The Feliciano Type Foundry represents the typographic and type design work of Mário Feliciano who was born in Caldas da Rainha, Portugal in 1969. Studied graphic design at IADE Lisbon until 1993.

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Introducing VillageJuly 14, 2005

Village launched on July 14, 2005. The original member foundries were: Feliciano, Darden Studio, KLTF, Lux Typographics, Schwartzco, Type Initiative, Thirstype, Underware & Village (since re-christened Constellation).

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