Taking inspiration from obscure Filipino computer terminology, Kawingan is a bitmap typeface whose namesake is the Filipino word for “hyperlink.” With the digital nature of pixels, paired with the classic flavour of serifs, it seeks to devise a link between modern technology and the Filipino heritage.
— 645 glyphs
— 3 weights: Light, Regular, Bold
— Uppercase and lowercase forms
— Stylistic alternates
— Standard and Discretionary ligatures
— Proportional, Tabular, Lining, and Oldstyle figures
— Punctuation and Symbols
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