Invited by the design studio Enigma, we created a new typeface for IMPI, the Mexican institute for the industrial property.
In 2014 the Mexican studio Enigma invited us to collaborate in the creation of a new typeface for IMPI, Instituto Mexicano de la Propiedad Industrial, the national office for industrial patents regulation.
We designed a system of five interrelated fonts, in response to the diverse needs of the institution, such as display ephemera, extensive documents, instructional material, and the like. We also created a micro version to be used at legal copy and security applications. All fonts include all kinds of figures, editorial & diacritical marks, currencies, math glyphs, and all.
This typeface was awarded the ‘a! diseño’ prize 2014, a significant award in México.
Designed by Isaías Loaiza and Alejandro Lo Celso (a project of the design studio Enigma)
Instituto Mexicano de la Propiedad Industrial (IMPI)
IMPI Display, IMPI Texto Regular, IMPI Texto Itálica, IMPI Texto Negra, IMPI Micro