Pomarosa is a typographic family that consists of capital Roman letters and twisted lowercase letters set randomly. Each one of them is characterized by its multiple calibres and widths. Pomarosa was planned to accompany graphic works with different techniques and materials, such as handmade collages. The narrowness of its glyphs involves its audience with abstract imprecision. Its spirit was born between fabric snippets and pencils and painting. Its three members work in groups and also in words or phrases with a non-finished look. Regular Pomarosa and Standard Pomarosa have 260 glyphs each. Both of the simulations have been done by a right-handed person who works with their left hand. Pomarosa dingbats has 26 illustrations that are useful for frames and textures.

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