Portobello is a distinct, glyphic font family that could also be classified as a sans or sans serif family. Steve Jackaman digitally engineered Portobello, which is loosely based on Aldo Novarese’s ‘Pontecorvo’ designs from the mid 1980s.
Portobello’s hooks and pointed bottoms give the family a masculine, inscribed look. No matter the size that Portobello is used at, it always has unmatched cleanliness and legibility.
Portobello is a trademark of International TypeFounders, Inc.
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