Pícara is a free interpretation which takes its roots into the Spanish 18th type design century, while being a free interpretation of a specimen showing the letters of Antonio Espinosa de los Monteros. Its ‘cut with a knife’ shapes and tight curves, give Pícara a contemporary texture as well as a singular identity, while being readable, functional and useful as tool for graphic designers. It is available in two weights, bold and regular, it has a sans serif companion and their matching italics. Pícara is also provided with a display version of the text, and with two extravagant and seductive, variants: Pícara Stripes and Pícara Dual provided with their italics. It is a 12 cuts family.