RYAN DORO

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GRAPHIC DESIGN

ELGIN PARK

Elgin Park is an original typeface created to reflect the character and style of the short film "Elgin Park," about an elderly man who makes scale models of his childhood town as it was during the 1920s and 1960s. The typeface is meant to reflect the geometry typical of display typefaces in the 1960s but include modern elements like even line weight and whimsical serifs. Design of the font family includes serif and sans-serif variations as well as multiple text weights and the ability to be easily manipulated from a geometric standpoint.