Lalola & Lalola Cyrillic
Lalola & Lalola Cyrillic
Lalola & Lalola Cyrillic
Lalola & Lalola Cyrillic
A display typeface with a strong character
Lalola (firstborn as Lola in 1997) is a display typeface inspired by a lettering model found in a book by Eugen Nerdinger and Lisa Beck. Lalola takes the few available letters from that model, as a starting point, and becomes a single style typeface with a strong character. Lalola looks great when some upper case and loud voice words are needed. It comes with all the necessary characters for the languages based on the Latin and alphabet, and some of the Cyrillic (covering Russian, Bulgarian and Serbian), which makes Lalola a versatile typeface.

As Typefacts said: ‘Where others need a gazillion of weights, glyphs, and lines of OpenType feature code to make a font lively, Laura Meseguer only needs one slim font’.  
Going Cyrillic
On the occasion of the Cyrillic type course that Ilya Ruderman offered at Type&Media some time ago, and thanks to his constant feedback and patience, Lalola is also available in Cyrillic (covering Russian, Bulgarian and Serbian). Welcome this brand new Lalola!
Prizes:
Typefacts’ Best Typefaces of 2013
TDC 2014 Certificate of Excellence
Available for licensing at Type-Ø-Tones. Download the pdf
A display typeface with a strong character
Lalola (firstborn as Lola in 1997) is a display typeface inspired by a lettering model found in a book by Eugen Nerdinger and Lisa Beck. Lalola takes the few available letters from that model, as a starting point, and becomes a single style typeface with a strong character. Lalola looks great when some upper case and loud voice words are needed. It comes with all the necessary characters for the languages based on the Latin and alphabet, and some of the Cyrillic (covering Russian, Bulgarian and Serbian), which makes Lalola a versatile typeface.

As Typefacts said: ‘Where others need a gazillion of weights, glyphs, and lines of OpenType feature code to make a font lively, Laura Meseguer only needs one slim font’.  
Going Cyrillic
On the occasion of the Cyrillic type course that Ilya Ruderman offered at Type&Media some time ago, and thanks to his constant feedback and patience, Lalola is also available in Cyrillic (covering Russian, Bulgarian and Serbian). Welcome this brand new Lalola!
Prizes:
Typefacts’ Best Typefaces of 2013
TDC 2014 Certificate of Excellence
Available for licensing at Type-Ø-Tones. Download the pdf
A display typeface with a strong character
Lalola (firstborn as Lola in 1997) is a display typeface inspired by a lettering model found in a book by Eugen Nerdinger and Lisa Beck. Lalola takes the few available letters from that model, as a starting point, and becomes a single style typeface with a strong character. Lalola looks great when some upper case and loud voice words are needed. It comes with all the necessary characters for the languages based on the Latin and alphabet, and some of the Cyrillic (covering Russian, Bulgarian and Serbian), which makes Lalola a versatile typeface.

As Typefacts said: ‘Where others need a gazillion of weights, glyphs, and lines of OpenType feature code to make a font lively, Laura Meseguer only needs one slim font’.  
Going Cyrillic
On the occasion of the Cyrillic type course that Ilya Ruderman offered at Type&Media some time ago, and thanks to his constant feedback and patience, Lalola is also available in Cyrillic (covering Russian, Bulgarian and Serbian). Welcome this brand new Lalola!
Prizes:
Typefacts’ Best Typefaces of 2013
TDC 2014 Certificate of Excellence
Available for licensing at Type-Ø-Tones. Download the pdf
A display typeface with a strong character
Lalola (firstborn as Lola in 1997) is a display typeface inspired by a lettering model found in a book by Eugen Nerdinger and Lisa Beck. Lalola takes the few available letters from that model, as a starting point, and becomes a single style typeface with a strong character. Lalola looks great when some upper case and loud voice words are needed. It comes with all the necessary characters for the languages based on the Latin and alphabet, and some of the Cyrillic (covering Russian, Bulgarian and Serbian), which makes Lalola a versatile typeface.

As Typefacts said: ‘Where others need a gazillion of weights, glyphs, and lines of OpenType feature code to make a font lively, Laura Meseguer only needs one slim font’.  
Going Cyrillic
On the occasion of the Cyrillic type course that Ilya Ruderman offered at Type&Media some time ago, and thanks to his constant feedback and patience, Lalola is also available in Cyrillic (covering Russian, Bulgarian and Serbian). Welcome this brand new Lalola!
Prizes:
Typefacts’ Best Typefaces of 2013
TDC 2014 Certificate of Excellence
Available for licensing at Type-Ø-Tones. Download the pdf
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Sample of different letters showing the diacritics

Sample of different letters showing the diacritics

Sample of different letters showing the diacritics

Promotional Postcards by Type-Ø-Tones, 2016-2019

Promotional Postcards by Type-Ø-Tones, 2016-2019

Promotional Postcards by Type-Ø-Tones, 2016-2019

Promotional Postcards by Type-Ø-Tones, 2016-2019

Promotional Postcards by Type-Ø-Tones, 2016-2019

© 2005-2018 Laura Meseguer
Custom Lettering and Type Design 


© 2005-2018 Laura Meseguer
Custom Lettering and Type Design 


© 2005-2018 Laura Meseguer
Custom Lettering and Type Design 


Drop me a line!
mail@laurameseguer.com

Drop me a line!
mail@laurameseguer.com

Drop me a line!
mail@laurameseguer.com