n a typeface category that has been sorely under-represented until now, Aziga is a high (occasionally reversed) contrast, postmodern, deconstructed-reconstructed, serifless (mostly), fashion didone!
Aziga lends itself to being set loud and proud, and the consistent angles throughout the glyphs make it a good candidate for more abstract typographic compositions. For the really graphically inclined (excuse the pun) a rotation of 66° will make the main diagonals in the font horizontal and vertical.
Features include stylistic and contextual alternates, ligatures and case sensitive forms.
This is an unusual font, that’s for sure, but give it a try and you’ll be rewarded with layouts that really stand out from the crowd.