About this font family
The name comes from a British expression about two things that couldn't be more different, and it suits this offering to a tee.
The uppercase of this typeface is based on 1930s lettering by French poster artist Charles Loupot, and the lowercase is based on 1910s lettering by German plakatmeister Ludwig Hohlwein. Oddly, the two seem to play together well.
Both versions of the font include the 1252 Latin and 1250 CE character sets (with localization for Romanian and Moldovan).