Designed by Sibylle Hagmann, Elido is a dingbat, sans serif and display sans font family. This typeface has sixteen styles and was published by Kontour.
Elido™ (Odile in reverse) is the sans counterpart to the Odile type. Together they form a sans and serif superfamily with a wide range of variations for editorial and display use.
Elido follows Odile’s proportions and matches the weight and typographic color of its serif twin. Elido is a sans with classical proportions. Odile’s conceptual approach is echoed in the structure and relations of the Elido family.
The arched stroke low off the stem reveals a script characteristic most pronounced in the Elido Upright Italic. This particular interpretation is gradually diminished in the Italic and becomes even less emphasized in the Regular.
Six balanced weights, from an elegant Light to a pronounced Black are in tune with three display solutions and a set of beautiful Ornaments. Sans serif initials amount to a rare finding. The charming mono-linear Elido Initials come in two flavors, elaborate and rational, designed to hold their own in editorial and headline sizes. This type design boasts an extensive character set, many OpenType features. OT stylistic variants (with accents) offer a one-storey ‘a’ for the roman weights, alternate ‘g’ and ‘s’ designs for the italics, and a variant glyph ‘s’ for the Upright Italic.
These distinct qualities with its versatile and sincere traits make Elido an excellent choice for text and display use.
|Styles||Display Sans, Sans Serif, Dingbat|