Last update — 03.01.21
Version — 0.4

Bunuel is the typeface first inspired by the cover of the book I found at home (about Luis Buñuel) that was set in some kind of Blippo or Horatio, I believe. I digged deeper, and found other typefaces like these (mostly from the 70s and 80s). This and also the Lubalin work that I’ve admired for a long time now, were the main inspirations for making a modern, display, geometric typeface. Made for tight kerning with lots of discretionary ligatures and alternative letters, that also has some retro flavour to it.
The semibold (600) weight is only the starting point of this project as I intend to expand this into the full font family in the future — with weights from Thin to Black.

Available for testing purposes only. Send me an e-mail for trial version of the font. All glyphs subject to change.
•  03.01.2021 — v 0.4:
    Changed the x-height of the entire typeface (for the 3rd time now — hopefully this time it’s final). Next stop: weight interpolation.
•  15.08.2020 — v 0.3:
    Added Open Type basic support (for both standard & discreationary ligatures and also for stylistic alternates). More features as contextual replacements and stylistics sets yet to come.

Last update: 03.01.2021