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Cenizas is another masterpiece of rough-and-tumble script from the prolific Argentine duo of Koziupa and Paul.

Although the overall ‘wildness’ of Cenizas is reminiscent of popular mid-twentieth-century English display scripts, Koziupa’s Latin brush humor and ingenuity remain evident in the underlying structure of the design. More…

Casual, care-free and adventurous, Cenizas can be a great choice for design applications relating to active behavior, like outdoor sports and travel. It also is enough of a rough script to be quite useful in a variety of other design contexts, such as the covers of art books or historical novels, museum literature, music sleeves and posters, or even map designs.

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