Eurostile font style is geometric sans-serif typeface designed by Aldo Novarese in 1962. Typeface designer Novarese originally made Eurostile for one of the best-known Italian foundries, Nebiolo in Turin. Novarese developed Eurostile to succeed the similar Microgramma, which he had helped design. The font style comes with a variety of weights, but had only upper-case letters.
Eurostile is a popular display font, which is particularly suitable for headings and signs. Its linear nature suggests modern architecture, with an appeal both technical and functional. The squarish shapes with their rounded corners evoke the appearance of television screens of the 1950s and 1960s.
Eurostile is a widely used as display font that has warm feeling and particularly suitable for designing headlines, body text and paragraph. This font family has ability to well decorate your design objective.
Apparently we had reached a great height in the atmosphere, for the sky was a dead black, and the stars had ceased to twinkle.
The spectacle before us was indeed sublime.
Apparently we had reached a great height in the atmosphere, for the sky was a dead black, and the stars had ceased to twinkle. By the same illusion which lifts the horizon of the sea to the level of the spectator on a hillside, the sable cloud beneath was dished out, and the car seemed to float in the middle of an immense dark sphere, whose upper half was strewn with silver. Looking down into the dark gulf below, I could see a ruddy light streaming through a rift in the clouds.