Fassade Display is a branch of a larger display family called Fassade. Fassade Display and it's san serif brother Fassade Sans were inspired by 1930s travel poster lettering. Where Fassade Sans is the stripped back 'bare bones' version, Fassade Display features exaggerated graphic elements that where prominant in geometric Art Deco lettering of the 1930s.
These features include lowered waists on key letters such as E,F,H,P,R etc., 'rally stripes' and 'diamond' details. Fassade Display comes with a 2 sets of stylish uppercase letters and a wide range of interchangable glyphs and special characters.