Agipo is an elementary sans serif typeface. Its plain character speaks fluently in a diverse range of languages. Agipo offers two stylistic sets, revealing its curious personality. These sets — southern (round) and northern (square) — contain alternative characters and punctuation, gently colouring text like a regional accent.
Designed between 2011 and 2014 Agipo is available in three weights with italics and three additional styles. Northern/southern stylistic sets extend the range of each weight.
Agipo’s character set supports both Latin and Cyrillic languages. Explore more in enclosed PDF specimen.
Agipo is displayed on headlines from The New Yorker.