What is the Bapalopa font?
Bapalopa is inspired by classic graffiti “blockbuster” letter forms. These letters are made to look as big and as wide as possible. Bapalopa’s linework is kept very loose & relaxed, mostly smooth with some distressed edges.
Viewed up-close, there is lots of texture from the individual pen strokes which gives Bapalopa it’s cool freehand drawn look. Use “Bapalopa” and “Bapalopa Pa” together to create eye catching designs. To make it extra fun, a handful of the largely useless alternates, (like that dumb “currency” symbol) were replaced with big blocky hearts, stars, and arrows. Check it out! More…
Bapalopa is extended, containing the full West European diacritics & a full set of ligatures, making it suitable for multilingual environments & publications.
Bapalopa Font families
The Bapalopa includes the following font families:
- Bapalopa Pa
Here is a preview of how Bapalopa will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.