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Ulalong

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Ulalong

John David Maza
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Ulalong is a high-contrast, calligraphic typeface that takes its name from the way the early Visayans are said to begin their year—by spinning fibers for weaving by hand—thereby marking the first month in the pre-colonial calendar of the Visayas.


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546 glyphs
Writing System
Latin alphabet
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