Compressed Thin

Compressed Thin Italic

Compressed Light

Compressed Light Italic

Compressed Regular

Compressed Italic

Compressed Medium

Compressed Medium Italic

Compressed Bold

Compressed Bold Italic

Compressed Heavy

Compressed Heavy Italic

Condensed Thin

Condensed Thin Italic

Condensed Light

Condensed Light Italic

Condensed Regular

Condensed Italic

Condensed Medium

Condensed Medium Italic

Condensed Bold

Condensed Bold Italic

Condensed Heavy

Condensed Heavy Italic

Standard Thin

Standard Thin Italic

Standard Light

Standard Light Italic

Standard Regular

Standard Italic

Standard Medium

Standard Medium Italic

Standard Bold

Standard Bold Italic

Standard Heavy

Standard Heavy Italic

Extended Thin

Extended Thin Italic

Extended Light

Extended Light Italic

Extended Regular

Extended Italic

Extended Medium

Extended Medium Italic

Extended Bold

Extended Bold Italic

Extended Heavy

Extended Heavy Italic

Expanded Thin

Expanded Thin Italic

Expanded Light

Expanded Light Italic

Expanded Regular

Expanded Italic

Expanded Medium

Expanded Medium Italic

Expanded Bold

Expanded Bold Italic

Expanded Heavy

Expanded Heavy Italic

In use


Orelo was initiated as a research to find an alternative to the French Didot style font. Suggested some new approach in the field of ultra-contrasted typefaces was the goal.
Orelo has an extreme contrast, refinement, balanced and contemporary letterforms. Orelo gets an elegant sensation, and sometimes, a futuristic flavor. The Hairline version is really really light but keep all the details and will be perfect for a big display headline.
The 'Optical' axis pushes a better legibility for smaller size.

Design & Production: PizzaTypefaces