Rotep

Rotep is a collection of all-caps typefaces inspired by the lettering used through the ROTEP (Roteiro Turistico e Económico de Portugal) map collection, a mid-century Portuguese map collection of almost 300 maps published for almost two decades.

Simple, precise and clear. Rotep Alvor is constructed over crossed bars on letters such A, B, E, F, H, P and R, giving it a unique texture. Rotep Bornes is a related typeface but without cross bars, precise and simple. Both typefaces represent a distillation of Portuguese public lettering of the same era and that remains strongly present in the Portuguese landscape. Available in five weights from light to black, Rotep Alvor & Bornes are two efficient tools for any graphic job were only capitals are required and an efficient choice for public lettering, branding, signage and editorial design.

Rotep Alvor — 5 styles, €180,00
Rotep Bornes — 5 styles, €180,00
Rotep Alvor Light, €50,00
Type Something HERE... practices developed

Rotep Alvor Regular, €50,00
historical traditions the human phenomena

Rotep Alvor Medium, €50,00
The physical sciences natural environment

Rotep Alvor Bold, €50,00
anthropogeography the spatial aspects

Rotep Alvor Black, €50,00
main preoccupation their relations with

Rotep Bornes Light, €50,00
particular culture Western tradition

Rotep Bornes Regular, €50,00
historical writing information about

Rotep Bornes Medium, €50,00
gradual progression scientific techniques

Rotep Bornes Bold, €50,00
expression of spoken the common interests

Rotep Bornes Black, €50,00
editorial cartoons repetition of words

Open Type features

 
 
 
Rotep Alvor
Capitals
Accented Capitals
Numerals / Fractions
Punctuation / Symbols

Rotep Bornes
Capitals
Accented Capitals
Numerals / Fractions
Punctuation / Symbols

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supported:

Afrikaans
Albanian
Asturian
Basque
Breton
Bosnian
Catalan
Cornish
Croatian
Czech
Esperanto
Estonian
Faroese
Finnish
Galician
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Greenlandic
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Ibo
Icelandic
Indonesian
Irish
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Italian
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Latin
Latvian
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Malagasy
Maltese
Maori
Moldavian
Norwegian
Occitan
Romansch
Saami
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Scots
Scottish
Serbian (Latin)
Slovak
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Swahili
Swedish
Tagalog
Walloon
Welsh
Wolof

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