Adoquin Thin Italic
Adoquin Light Italic
Adoquin Regular Italic
Adoquin Medium Italic
Adoquin Bold Italic
Adoquin Black Italic
Adoquin Fat Italic
Adoquín is a typeface halfway between a dry stick and a typography with finishes. Medium X-height, it is distinguished by its monolinear character and light condensation.
As a family, Adoquín has seven styles with their seven italics. It is a typography of well-defined curves and a certain calligraphic aroma, due to the conception of its lines and the choices made when drawing letters such as "a" or "l". Curious to see its alternative variant -accessible through OpenType- as the most functional version for text blocks. While the default version maintains more decorative forms of glyphs, letters such as "a" give a unique personality to Adoquín. This is an extensive typographical family, functional in essence and with a friendly appearance.
Adoquín ya tiene con quién bailar
Juanjez López es un diseñador de raza que no da puntadas sin hilo. Hace ya algún tiempo nos presento «Adoquín» un palo seco de lineas bien definidas y distinguidas con algunos toques caligráficos que la hacían muy sabrosona. Pero a su ya notable cantidad de variables de peso, versalitas, ligaduras, ...
Adoquin de Juanjo López
Adoquin is a clean and friendly semi serif family. It comes in fourteen weights with small caps, witch makes it a versatile typeface. The design is based on geometric sans serif typefaces and the calligraphic features of old school models, making Adoquin both functional and warm font family.