Epura Epura ExtraLight

100 px

Epura Epura ExtraLight

Geometria
He said the same could be true of its star Frances McDormand, who plays Mildred, a woman with a burning sense of injustice over the police failure to find the killer of her daughter. She won best actress and, wearing a dress not totally black, she admitted having a “little trouble with compliance.” Nonetheless, she said she stood in full solidarity with her sisters and finished her acceptance speech with the words: “Power to the people.

Epura Epura ExtraLight Italic

100 px

Epura Epura ExtraLight Italic

Architecture
He said the same could be true of its star Frances McDormand, who plays Mildred, a woman with a burning sense of injustice over the police failure to find the killer of her daughter. She won best actress and, wearing a dress not totally black, she admitted having a “little trouble with compliance.” Nonetheless, she said she stood in full solidarity with her sisters and finished her acceptance speech with the words: “Power to the people.

Epura Epura Light

100 px

Epura Epura Light

Le Corbusier
He said the same could be true of its star Frances McDormand, who plays Mildred, a woman with a burning sense of injustice over the police failure to find the killer of her daughter. She won best actress and, wearing a dress not totally black, she admitted having a “little trouble with compliance.” Nonetheless, she said she stood in full solidarity with her sisters and finished her acceptance speech with the words: “Power to the people.

Epura Epura Light Italic

100 px

Epura Epura Light Italic

Frank Gehry
He said the same could be true of its star Frances McDormand, who plays Mildred, a woman with a burning sense of injustice over the police failure to find the killer of her daughter. She won best actress and, wearing a dress not totally black, she admitted having a “little trouble with compliance.” Nonetheless, she said she stood in full solidarity with her sisters and finished her acceptance speech with the words: “Power to the people.

Epura Epura Book

100 px

Epura Epura Book

Zaha Hadid
He said the same could be true of its star Frances McDormand, who plays Mildred, a woman with a burning sense of injustice over the police failure to find the killer of her daughter. She won best actress and, wearing a dress not totally black, she admitted having a “little trouble with compliance.” Nonetheless, she said she stood in full solidarity with her sisters and finished her acceptance speech with the words: “Power to the people.

Epura Epura Book Italic

100 px

Epura Epura Book Italic

Mies van der Rohe
He said the same could be true of its star Frances McDormand, who plays Mildred, a woman with a burning sense of injustice over the police failure to find the killer of her daughter. She won best actress and, wearing a dress not totally black, she admitted having a “little trouble with compliance.” Nonetheless, she said she stood in full solidarity with her sisters and finished her acceptance speech with the words: “Power to the people.

Epura Epura Regular

100 px

Epura Epura Regular

Rem Koolhaas
He said the same could be true of its star Frances McDormand, who plays Mildred, a woman with a burning sense of injustice over the police failure to find the killer of her daughter. She won best actress and, wearing a dress not totally black, she admitted having a “little trouble with compliance.” Nonetheless, she said she stood in full solidarity with her sisters and finished her acceptance speech with the words: “Power to the people.

Epura Epura Regular Italic

100 px

Epura Epura Regular Italic

Anatomia
He said the same could be true of its star Frances McDormand, who plays Mildred, a woman with a burning sense of injustice over the police failure to find the killer of her daughter. She won best actress and, wearing a dress not totally black, she admitted having a “little trouble with compliance.” Nonetheless, she said she stood in full solidarity with her sisters and finished her acceptance speech with the words: “Power to the people.

Epura Epura Medium

100 px

Epura Epura Medium

Museum Libeskind
He said the same could be true of its star Frances McDormand, who plays Mildred, a woman with a burning sense of injustice over the police failure to find the killer of her daughter. She won best actress and, wearing a dress not totally black, she admitted having a “little trouble with compliance.” Nonetheless, she said she stood in full solidarity with her sisters and finished her acceptance speech with the words: “Power to the people.

Epura Epura Medium Italic

100 px

Epura Epura Medium Italic

Structures
He said the same could be true of its star Frances McDormand, who plays Mildred, a woman with a burning sense of injustice over the police failure to find the killer of her daughter. She won best actress and, wearing a dress not totally black, she admitted having a “little trouble with compliance.” Nonetheless, she said she stood in full solidarity with her sisters and finished her acceptance speech with the words: “Power to the people.

Epura Epura SemiBold

100 px

Epura Epura SemiBold

Tower Foster
He said the same could be true of its star Frances McDormand, who plays Mildred, a woman with a burning sense of injustice over the police failure to find the killer of her daughter. She won best actress and, wearing a dress not totally black, she admitted having a “little trouble with compliance.” Nonetheless, she said she stood in full solidarity with her sisters and finished her acceptance speech with the words: “Power to the people.

Epura Epura SemiBold Italic

100 px

Epura Epura SemiBold Italic

Landscape
He said the same could be true of its star Frances McDormand, who plays Mildred, a woman with a burning sense of injustice over the police failure to find the killer of her daughter. She won best actress and, wearing a dress not totally black, she admitted having a “little trouble with compliance.” Nonetheless, she said she stood in full solidarity with her sisters and finished her acceptance speech with the words: “Power to the people.

Epura Epura Bold

100 px

Epura Epura Bold

Richard Meier
He said the same could be true of its star Frances McDormand, who plays Mildred, a woman with a burning sense of injustice over the police failure to find the killer of her daughter. She won best actress and, wearing a dress not totally black, she admitted having a “little trouble with compliance.” Nonetheless, she said she stood in full solidarity with her sisters and finished her acceptance speech with the words: “Power to the people.

Epura Epura Bold Italic

100 px

Epura Epura Bold Italic

Lines and curves
He said the same could be true of its star Frances McDormand, who plays Mildred, a woman with a burning sense of injustice over the police failure to find the killer of her daughter. She won best actress and, wearing a dress not totally black, she admitted having a “little trouble with compliance.” Nonetheless, she said she stood in full solidarity with her sisters and finished her acceptance speech with the words: “Power to the people.

Epura Epura ExtraBold

100 px

Epura Epura ExtraBold

Renzo Piano
He said the same could be true of its star Frances McDormand, who plays Mildred, a woman with a burning sense of injustice over the police failure to find the killer of her daughter. She won best actress and, wearing a dress not totally black, she admitted having a “little trouble with compliance.” Nonetheless, she said she stood in full solidarity with her sisters and finished her acceptance speech with the words: “Power to the people.

Epura Epura ExtraBold Italic

100 px

Epura Epura ExtraBold Italic

Water Pavilion
He said the same could be true of its star Frances McDormand, who plays Mildred, a woman with a burning sense of injustice over the police failure to find the killer of her daughter. She won best actress and, wearing a dress not totally black, she admitted having a “little trouble with compliance.” Nonetheless, she said she stood in full solidarity with her sisters and finished her acceptance speech with the words: “Power to the people.

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About Epura

Epura is a geometric sans typeface named after Épura the base structure for descriptive geometry. Architecture and pure lines have inspired the design of Epura. The one story 'a' and 'g' give it an informal look. Epura has clean geometric shapes but still infused with identity.

Year

2018

Designer

Luis Bandovas