Latinotype. The latin alphabet, on latino hands // MOTE, a black-a-licious type.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Monday, May 14, 2007

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NEW LATINOTYPE FONT RELEASE
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MOTE, a black-a-licious type.

Mote is the first typeface from Latinotype, a small new foundry based on latino culture & local vernacular lettering.

Mote, a black-a-licious type is a modern interpretation of latinamerican lettering founded in a Santiago de Chile "Mote" drink store.
The "Mote with Huesillos" is a traditional Chilean drink of sugary teaish water with a dried peach and bulgar wheat. We take this drink as a lovely chilean icon to represent our "Muy Delicious" lettering tradition in yummy tasty letters.

- A unique & friendly black typeface
- Up to 300 yummy glyph caps!
- Opentype / Western European ready
- Postcript flavoured curves

More information:
http://www.latinotype.com

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