My version of a traditional sans serif display typeface for posters. The inspiration comes from the screen printing poster production from Cuba in the 1960’s and 1970’s.
My intention was to create a font that would imitate the screen printing process, where charaters are cut out by hand. I made two different alphabets so that small variations would occur. The result is a font that embraces the details and hand made errors of each letter, while putting it in a historical reference.
The typeface takes its name from cuban graphic designer Alfredo Rostgaard.