Introducing Pipánganan font, a free display typeface inspired by the signages of Philippine carinderias and other local eateries. Bold but nurturing in nature, Pipánganan is a Kapampangan term for the place where one is eating and is a wistful gesture to the old normal — following the lead from the familiar clutter and comfort associated with our energetic carinderias.
The font includes 27 uppercase letters, including ñ, and various punctuation glyphs. Letterforms with diacritical marks are included to make the font adaptable to different Philippine languages.
Pipánganan font is free for personal and commercial use.
Thanks to Cid Gonzales for sharing Pipánganan font. Don’t forget to appreciate this awesome project, support and follow the creative designer.