In celebration of Fiesta de Señor Santo Niño, Tribox Design created a font called “Sulog” as a gift for the Señor Santo Niño. “Sinulog” is derived from the Cebuano term “sulog,” meaning “current” or “flow of water,” which can be used to describe forward-backward movement of the Sinulog dance. Tribox retained the original structure of the wordmark, the curves that represent resilience, or “kalig-on.”
The font has glyphs in upper case, lower case, numbers, and symbols; with alternate glyphs for the letters ‘g’ and ‘y’ with tails, upper and lowercase ‘ñ’, and the letter ‘o’. All images are mockups best viewed online. The Tribox Design team teamed up with local artists, photographers, and individuals to help make this project possible.
TD Sulog Font
In celebration of Fiesta de Señor Santo Niño, our team created a font called "Sulog" as a gift for our beloved Señor Santo Niño. "Sinulog" is derived from the Cebuano term "sulog", meaning "current" or "flow of water", which can be used to describe forward-backward movement of the Sinulog dance.