Sutturah Up Close

Octavio Pardo’s beautiful script heavyweight Sutturah deserves every pound of praise it gets. Its deep-cut traps help to distinguish individual strokes where otherwise room wouldn’t allow, and the same give a plump dimensionality to the face.

An unrepentant display type, Sutturah casts off legibility concerns in pursuit of its main goal, being an eye-catching, casual, fun script of impossibly heavy proportions. Check the character set to see all its awkwardly necessary improvisations, like its corkscrew w.

Like all Rosetta faces, Sutturah supports multiple scripts, in this case Latin & Cyrillic.

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