Oldita — old italian variable font

Troisième Type
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Oldita is a my 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", I wanted to make a variable font paying hommage to this bizarre yet audacious western and slab typeface.

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Designed by Emmeran Richard, for Troisième Type.

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Oldita — old italian variable font

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