Impallari Type

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Libre Franklin

The quintessential american typeface.
A newspapers classic expanded to 18 styles. Thin to Black, and their Italics.
And huge language coverage.

Get Libre Franklin at Google Fonts

Libre Bodoni

Bodoni is a Fashion Classic. To make it shine set it at generous sizes, since the thin hairlines are fragile. Give it some generous line spacing too. And this are the lovely Italics! and here is some bold in case you need it.

Comming soon to Google Fonts!

Libre Caslon Display, the sexy Caslon

The Libre Caslon fonts are unique Caslons. They are different to all other caslons out there. When we were faced with the challenge of making a new Caslon, we asked ourselves: How can we make them different, to bring something new to the table? We realized that most Caslon revivals were based on 18th century's type, and that there was a whole genre of Caslons that has been so far ignored: The alluring hand-lettered American Caslons of 1960's. This was a captivating subject to investigate. Caslon was the very first alphabet that lettering artists learned to draw, so they all were very familiar with it. Our wonder led us to find countless examples of beautifully crafted and elegant vintage ads and hand lettering books. Among those many books, there were two that outshine the rest: One is "Lettering for Advertising" by Mortimer Leach, and the other one is "How to Render Roman Letter Forms" by Tommy Thompson. Both of these books are excelent, highly recommended for all those who want to learn lettering. So, insted of making just another revival of the types of William Caslon, we preffered to pay homage to 60's lettering artist's caslon interpretations. And that's how Libre Caslon become different to all other caslons (Not better or worse, just different).

We did two size-specific cuts:
Libre Caslon Display is for big headlines, the one you see up there in the title.
Libre Caslon Text, for body copy, is the one you are reading rigth now set at 16px.

Comming soon to Google Fonts!

Libre Baskerville

Libre Baskerville was the first of our revivals series. We started it with some doubts. You know... with so many others revivals out there, was it goin to be successfull? or just a wate of time and money? But it's imediate success proved the need for new revivlas optimized from the ground up for the screen and unleashed the whole series of revivals we did the following years.
Libre Baskerville its based on 1941 Specimens but it has a taller x-height, wider counters and less contrast, so it works well on small sizes in any screen. This are the lovely Italics! and here is some bold in case you need it.

Get Libre Baskerville at Google Fonts


Amiko is a clean and utilitarian Latin+Devanagari font family, specifically designed for maximum legibility at the smallest possible text sizes. Here you are reading Amiko set at 14px.

It is intended for body text on the web and low resolution screens. We use it for this website's sidebar. Here you are reading Amiko set 13 at px.

It was designed in a studio collaboration by Pablo Impallari, Rodrigo Fuenzalida and Andres Torresi. Here you are reading Amiko set at 12 px.

Get Amiko at Google Fonts


  • Libre Baskerville 3 Styles
  • Libre Bodoni 4 Styles
  • Libre Caslon Display
  • Libre Caslon Text 3 Styles
  • Libre Clarendon 26 Styles, comming soon!
  • Libre Franklin 18 Styles



  • Amiko 3 Styles
  • Cabin 8 Styles
  • Cabin Condensed 4 Styles
  • Dosis 7 Styles
  • Encode Sans 45 Styles
  • Quattrocento Sans 4 Styles
  • Racing Sans
  • Raleway Family 18 Styles



  • Cabin Sketch 2 Styles
  • Cantora
  • Life Savers 2 Styles
  • Milonga
  • Miltonian 3 Styles
  • New Rocker
  • Poetsen
  • Raleway Dots
  • Ranchers
  • Sniglet 2 Styles