If MyFonts had a Continent of the Year, then in 2012 it would be South America. Never before did we have so many successful typefaces from the Latino typographic universe, whose development in the past ten years has been phenomenal. And so we make no apology for offering you the third interview in a row with a Latin American designer. This month’s interviewee is from Bogotá, Colombia; having joined MyFonts in 2007, his foundry has published a growing and diverse collection of fonts of increasing quality and ambition. His output ranges from quirky display and scribbling fonts to elaborate, polished scripts and, recently, neo-futurist sans-serifs. Meet Manuel Eduardo Corradine, falling in and out of love with fonts.