Trola Cyrillic

The Trola family is related to

the sans serif Bulo. They share the

skeleton, but Trola has a completely

different flavour. 


Its unusual proportions make

it particularly recommended for

generous sizes and still fit in

tight spaces. 

It can also be considered a headline

with a moderate contrast to gain

presence and make a stronger screen

display.

 


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Glyphs uppercase


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Glyphs lowercase


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Small caps


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