The Santa Rosa Font Duo is a collection of two all-caps types, one of which is a display face that is inspired by old woodblocks, while the other is a wide sans-serif that complements it. Both have a smooth and a rough appearance, and they are capable of supporting a large number of languages, including Greek.
This is an extremely adaptable font pairing that may be utilized for designs that lean more toward the past or more toward the present. It works wonderfully for layouts that are daring and surprising, as well as for damaged graphics and other uses.
The following characters can be found in the uppercase fonts Santa Rosa Woodblock (260 glyphs) and Santa Rosa Sans (290 glyphs):
the whole set of letters using the Latin alphabet (with all accent marks)
the whole of the contemporary Greek alphabet (with all accent marks)
extended punctuation numerals
slingshots and bows and arrows