Tocco by Papanapa


Tocco is a high contrast variable font available in eight weights, from Thin to Black. Inspired by leftover chunks of wood found in a workshop we conducted with one of our clients (see the full project here[1]), its angular curves and sharp serifs establish a bold and elegant personality when used on headlines and solid displays.

Tocco provides standard ligatures and extends multilingual support to Basic Latin, Western European, Euro, and Pan African Latin languages for global accessibility. Click here[2] to download the specimen.


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