About Litza Font Family
Litza is a layered, condensed, all-caps cross stitch display type family. It is made up of 10 layers that show different stages of stitching and can be stacked, moved around, and coloured separately in order to create interesting effects.
The ten layers come in 3 weights; Light, Medium, and Bold. The 3 weights can also be mixed with one another to create a vast range of combinations when stacking the layers.
Litza has multilingual support and includes glyphs for a wide range of Latin and Cyrillic languages. The family also contains a set of ornamental borders and over 80 decorative symbols in the shape of various animals and objects.
Combining the various Litza layers allows you to create eye-popping, intricate, experimental typographic compositions that are rich in detail - with ease.
The condensed, geometrics sans-serif letterforms and playful nature of the Litza layering system give a contemporary feel - while at the same time retaining a nostalgic and tactile quality due to its reference to traditional needlework techniques and patterns.
Ideal for use at larger point sizes where the unique, stylish effects can be best expressed - Litza will add a touch of intrigue and work best in headings and emphasised text for poster design, editorial design, packaging design, and motion design.
About Marianna Orsho
Marianna is a London-based Artist and Designer specializing in typography, branding, and illustration. She has created work for the Spice Girls, Disneyland Paris, Adobe, Adobe MAX, Affinity Designer, Studio Moross, MTV, Indeed, and The Ghost Bus Tours, among others. Marianna graduated from the University of Art in Belgrade in 2011 where she studied Type Design under Professor Olivera Stojadinović. In 2012, she released three styles from her type family 'Nioki' as part of the project 'Cyrillic as a Gift' with Tipometar, which was funded by the Ministry of Culture of Serbia. In 2019, she collaborated with Studio Moross to create the new Spice Girls typeface as part of the branding for the UK and Ireland 'Spice World' tour. The font was used in the animated show visuals, on the Spice Girls merchandise and is still in use for promotional and marketing material across all social media channels.