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Typeface Review

Estilo

Reviewed by Chris Rugen on July 11, 2007

I licensed Estilo minutes after discovering it in Dino dos Santos’s DSTYPE library.

The geometric simplicity of the characters is the basic step in this stylish Deco face’s surprising range. Set a few headlines to see Estilo’s stylish and classy moves: alternates, ligatures, swashes, greek, all in a handy contextual OpenType package. And it’s easy on the wallet, so get swingin’.

New in ’06: Check out Estilo’s script cut, rounding out the family with lowercase and swash caps.

Chris Rugen lives in Philadelphia where his wife and daughter endure his long-running fascination with type's unique role in culture and communication. He splits his time between his home and NYC, working as a Director of Design & Creative Communications at Columbia University.

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