- Type designer: Vicente Lamónaca
Arazatí was inspired by Edward Johnston’s typefaces, although its design is not based on a literal reconstruction. It has 48 variants of 422 glyphs each. In addition, it offers two monospaced variants for free in the Codex version. Arazatí is the name of the place where Johnston was born in 1872, located in San José, Uruguay. This typeface is a tribute to his birthplace.
He has a Degree in Graphic Design from the ORT University, Uruguay, where he teaches Typography. In addition to designing he has been involved in the organization of design and typography conferences and exhibitions.Member of the Jury in the Letras Latinas (2006) and Tipos Latinos (2008) Latin American typography biennials. Coorganizer of Tipos Latinos 2010.