Shojumaru Pro draws inspiration from a movie poster for a 1957 film titled Sayonara, starring Marlon Brando. It breaks the formula of a chop suey style by mixing chop suey and traditional letterforms to create a powerful and unique letterforms all its own. The "Split" style adds further dynamics to the visual language. An already SmallCaps style font, it includes additional SmallCaps features when SmallCaps is enabled in applications for a wider range of use.
Opentype features include:
- SmallCaps (standard)
- Full set of Inferiors and Superiors for limitless fractions
- Standard & SmallCaps figure sets
- A Smallcaps feature (Stylistic Alternates) that converts all characters to a small caps format, including punctuation, numerals, and other figures.
1950s, chop suey, decorative, display, heavy, japanese, small caps