Trola Light Italic
Trola Regular Italic
Trola Semibold Italic
Trola Bold Italic
Trola Heavy Italic
Trola, the cousin-sister with finishes - and, according to its creator, who is therefore more conservative - of Bulo (also available in Fontown), shares with her, in addition to skeleton, the idea of creating a source for the press that, with his name, critiques the quality of current news reporting. Ideal for perfectionists in headline differentiation, and perfect for lovers of large sizes in confined spaces. Jordi has managed to design a typeface that adapts to the need to save space, but without forgetting the possible uses on screen. It should also be noted that the angle of the italics is only four degrees so that they do not jump off the page when used as a secondary style.
Trola, la nueva tipografía de Jordi Embodas
Ya he declarado en varias ocasiones mi ferviente admiración por el trabajo de Jordi Embodas, pero es que una vez más me deja sin respiración. Su nueva creación se llama Trola y llega para complemen…
Trola and Bulo, the design of a serif and a sanserif
The idea of a typeface family offering both serif and sans serif options is now familiar. It is normally the same basic family idea explored across two or more variants.