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Pasto is a fun and charming display type family of two styles and four weights each.
The first one, Print, is a textured irregular stamp style, and Sharp is a straightforward soft-edged type with clean strokes.

As the name Pasto suggests ("Grass"), this typeface has natural shapes such as curves, curls, and confident but delicate lines, making it playful yet strong. Going from Thin to Bold and from Print to Sharp, Pasto takes the different sizes and textures in grass and translates them into different rhythms.

With developed OpenType Contextual Alternates, this type family provides three alternating alphabets that are automatically replaced in turn repeatedly to avoid the same letterforms and textures appearing next to each other, once more referring to its natural uniqueness inspiration.
Ligatures are available for specific character combinations, to improve the overall look of the word or sentence.

Perfectly suited for graphic design and any display use, Pasto has very large language support allowing users to write in English, Spanish, Italian, French, German, Polish, Czech, Icelandic, among many others! Special characters and currency symbols are also available.

Whatever the project, Pasto will step-up the game!


Designer: Julia Martínez Diana
Design Date: 1st October 2018 - 14th May 2019
Release Date: 21st May 2019
Publisher: Antipixel
Imagery design: Julia Martínez Diana


Winner of the Ampersand Exhibition.


Featured by:
Slanted Typo Weblog und Magazin (Germany)
Mindsparkle Mag "New Pasto font"
Typography Daily "Pasto: an act of poetry"

This font is free for personal use only. For commercial use, please contact me or purchase the license you require at one of these links. To learn more about the type of license and ammount of users needed, contact me via e-mail.





























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Disclaimer:
These images where not designed or owned by Antipixel, but by third parties, unless otherwise stated. The purpose of these pieces is only for showing the font in use, working in real products or identities.

Escalope was used by:
Julia Martinez Diana