Fernanda Cozzi learned type design through making graffiti with her friends, working on her high school newspaper, and—more rigorously—through the master’s program at the University of Buenos Aires. After working for several years as an independent type designer and starting…
About Fer CozziMaking letters, drinking wine, and eating cheese.
Born in Argentina, I attended the University of Buenos Aires, where I completed a degree in Graphic Design and a postgraduate specialization in Type Design. As a letter lover, I also completed several courses in calligraphy, lettering and type design.
I currently teach in the Master of Typeface Design at the University of Buenos Aires. I've participated in several typography conferences and events around the world with lectures and workshops and some of my work has been selected for renowned Typography exhibitions and competitions. In my work I try to explore rhythms, shapes and strokes where randomness and a not-so-obvious rationality meet. Expert in nothing, with opinions on everything and successful in all kinds of failures. When I am not drawing letters, I'm probably dancing to the rhythm of 90s pop.
Fer Cozzi is an independent type designer born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She obtained her diploma at the University of Buenos Aires, where she teaches in the Master in typeface design. In her work she seeks to explore rhythms, shapes and strokes where randomness and a not-so-obvious rationality meet. Talkative and passionate about letters, some of her work has been selected for renowned typography exhibitions and has participated in various typography conferences and events around the world. When she’s not drawing letters, she’s probably dancing to the rhythm of 90s pop.