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About Los Feliz

Today, as in the 70s, designers again prefer Helvetica and other bland looking sans serif typefaces. These fonts impregnate print work with the veneer of professionalism by looking stylistically detached, which is now very cool.

Los Feliz stands in direct opposition to this trend. When looking at the individual characters of Los Feliz, all you see is irregularities, which point to the struggle of drawing a typeface. You become aware of the little details that make it so difficult to draw perfect letter shapes. But when you look at Los Feliz set in text, these irregularities largely disappear. Obviously this typeface was drawn by someone who knows exactly how to subvert notions of correct design by being in complete control while giving the impression he is not.


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Emigre logo

Emigre, Inc. is a digital type foundry founded in 1984 by Zuzana Licko and Rudy VanderLans.

Type Designer

Type Designers

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How to Use

You may encounter slight variations in the name of this font, depending on where you use it. Here’s what to look for.

Desktop

In application font menus, this font will display:

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Web

To use this font on your website, use the following CSS:

font-family: {{familyCtrl.selectedVariation.family.css_font_stack.replace('"', '').replace('",', ', ')}};
font-style: italicnormal;
font-weight: {{familyCtrl.selectedVariation.font.web.weight}};

Glyph Support & Stylistic Filters

Fonts in the Adobe Fonts library include support for many different languages, OpenType features, and typographic styles.