This publication is a tabloid format typographic specimen featuring four typefaces inspired by the work of Colombian visual artist Antonio Caro. More than a testimony to the typographical possibilities and limitations of these alphabets, it also contains excerpts from writers such as Mao Zedong, Roland Barthes, Luis Camnitzer, Julio Cortázar, Frederico Morais, Alegre Levy, Décio Pignatari, Víctor Manuel Rodríguez, Bernardo Salcedo and Andy Warhol. These texts provide a frame for the era in which Caro created such works as Imperialismo es un tigre de Papel (Imperialism is a paper tiger), Aquí no cabe el arte (There is no place for art here), Colombia, Homenaje a Manuel Quintín Lame (Tribute to Manuel Quintín Lame), Maíz, Defienda su talento (Defend your talent) and Cabeza de sal (Salt head). Tangrama is a graphic design studio located in Bogota, Colombia. Created in 2002, it is directed by Nicolás Consuegra, Margarita García and Mónica Páez. Currently, graphic designers María Alejandra Sabogal and Andrés Pachón are part of the team.