Godina was born out of an interest in learning and deepening in the basic forms and how they are combined to compose a typographic system.
The name is a tribute to Doña Godina who, at the beginning of the 12th century, donated an orchard to some monks so that they could set up a hospital. The village built around it was named after in honor to the wealthy owner. The font combines the style of a straight, modular typeface with sinuous, curved forms, making it a fun and playful. Beyond the hardness of its straight shapes, it hides a font that can be used both for editorial and digital work and in spaces. It is perfect for use as a display typeface.