A take on an old italian typeface, first appeared in Caslon & Catherwood's 1821 type specimen.
Called a "typographic monstrosity", "a crude expression of the idea of perversity" or "degenerate", Oldita has been revisited to features a variable font paying hommage to this bizarre yet audacious western and slab typeface.
Thanks to Gwenole Jaffrédou, Morgane Côme (from Monoro)
and Stéphane Hervé for the advices in the process of making this font.
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