You might say this project is not about typography.
Not only at least. It is about using the social meaning
of design to improve communication with and within
indigenous communities of Mexico.
The challenge was to meet the requirements put forth
by research, while reflecting the visual richness
of the Mixtee culture, and paying attention to the special
characters used in Mixtee language.
It is about Tuhun, a typeface as the pretext for a dialogue.
A typeface for Mixtee language
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i «ah il іііііівжккііііііквііііниіквіііішііаііівіѵнвв
® b f g q and w are characters not used in Mixtee
Study ot frequencies and patterns in a Mixtee text I luhunregular — limes New Koman