What is the Mixcoatl Mono™ font?
The Typeface «Mixcoatl» by Elia Salvisberg was developed as a part of a course at the Lucerne School of Design and Art in 2016. Based on the book «The Empire of the Inca», a display-font has been created, which is inspired by the graphic language of the South American Empire of the Incas. At the beginning, only capital letters were designed but there was the desire for a complete typeface – which is why the missing signs were added. The font is based on a grid, so the characters are constructed equivalently and a uniform geometric font arose. The name was adopted from the god of hunting who plays an important role in the mythology of the Aztecs and appears in various forms. The uppercase letters can also be represented and combined in two alternative character-sets, so there are a lot of opportunities to combine uppercase words in different forms.
Mixcoatl Mono™ Font families
The Mixcoatl Mono™ includes the following font families:
- Mixcoatl Mono
Mixcoatl Mono™ Preview
Here is a preview of how Mixcoatl Mono™ will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.