Zingha balances “French rhythm and American style” with pointed edges and slinking curves. Dupré drew the sharp and angular letterforms of Zingha to escape his days lettering “sweet and creamy” food packaging in Paris. Traditional roman capitals mix with a unique lowercase and entirely personal italic.
Zingha is engineering behind fashion. Features which are artful in display turn functional in the repetition of text. The family’s 14 styles. Features which are artful in display, turn functional in the repetition of text. The family’s 14 styles include small caps, alternate swash capitals, as well as two inlined “deco” faces for the adventurous typographer.
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