Salvaje Display is a typeface consisting of two distinct styles. Part of the broader Salvaje type family designed by Typozon, these typefaces draw their inspiration from the birds-of-paradise who only live in one part of the world: New Guinea-Australia. These rainforest birds have over time evolved in a very interesting visual way; they can radically transform their shape and the way they look—from very subtle to striking and elaborate—using many attributes unique to their species.
This type family emulates this distinct behavior—the display version uses very high contrast to be as dynamic, loud, and noticeable as possible, and the upcoming text version shows a much lower contrast which makes it more neutral, readable, and discreet.
This attention-seeking display typeface cleverly combines all of these attributes in its flamboyant parade.