Stilla



Stilla
is a headline typeface for anyone waiting for Poster Bodoni to shrug
off its restrained precision and get a little funky. Remaining true to
its Fat Face brethren (e.g. Normande, Falstaff),
Stilla is primarily defined by thick verticals, high contrast, and a
self-assured boldness. But beyond that, it takes its solo show on the
road, ’70s style—bombastic ball terminals dance; a saucy, come-hither
ampersand beckons; and flamboyant characters swoon and groove
(especially check out the capital C, E, K, T, X, and Z). And don’t miss
the opening act: absolutely outrageous old-style numerals. Stilla’s
inherent elegance complements its exaggerated eccentricities, like a
child of a truly righteous era.
STEPHEN COLES and ANNA MALSBERGER

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