Baraka - in Swahili - a blessing.
It is a simple, block-like typeface closed in cuboids.
It was created and designed in Tanzania, Africa.
It contains 183 gliphs, which due to their simplicity, which consisted in cutting out letters from rectangles using as little light as possible, makes an impression and is in fact a very heavy display typeface.
It was created primarily for posters and labels, where thanks to its modularity and form enclosed in a limited geometric figure

*only for personal use. For commercial soon aviable to buy on MyFonts.
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