Portobello is a modern typeface and computer font. It was created by Steve Jackaman, a font designer from the Borough of Greenwich in London, England. The Portobello font is "loosely based on Pontecorvo, a font design by Aldo Novarese."
"Portobello" refers to a typeface family comprising Portobello RR Light, Medium, Demi, Bold and Extra Bold.
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