Take a look at Guzzo, a playful caricature of a midcentury grotesque typeface.
Created by Jim Ford as a new addition to the Monotype Library, the Guzzo font family can be considered somewhat eccentric and quirky. Its wide range of weights makes it suitable for plenty of typographic uses including headlines and texts. Guzzo expresses its charm through playful shapes and its unusual laid-back italics. The family comes with different stylistic sets and several sets of alternate glyphs. Guzzo matches exceptionally well with scripts and slab serif typefaces making it a great choice for toys, packaging, menus, broadcasting, cartoons, merchandising, and more.
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