“The visual tension of square corners within rounded shapes: Roster takes this characteristic, sometimes seen in subtler form in a text face, and makes it the underlying structure of a dramatic slab-serif display family. Roster’s outer shapes are large, curved rectangles; its inner shapes have the chisel-cut clarity of counters carved out of the surrounding letter forms. The effect is both eye-catching and solid.” Font Bureau, 2015.
Originally designed in the 1990s for Sports Illustrated under the name Wrigley.
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