2012 Maya Typography – Uxmal Font™

In modern typography, the most general classsification of typefaces are serif and sans serif. If you were one step further, the following five classifications might be enough to narrow down the type choices to a more manageable number. Old Style (Garamond), Transitional (Baskerville), Modern (Bodoni), Slab Serif (Melior), and Sans Serif (Univers) are the five most familiar historic classifications of typefaces.

We have made this original Sans Serif truetype font to show our Maya influence in modern typography. We named the font Uxmal™ and the typeface is a bold extended for maximum clarity and readability in posters and ads. The new trend and the contemporary look of these streamlined typefaces have aided in their popularity.

Our Uxmal font is not in the public domain and it has been created to emphasize a particular feeling with bearings design in width. For more Latino typography, visit Tiypo, a great Mexican digital magazine specialized in professional Latinoamerican typefaces.


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