Not glyphs with ball terminals, but ball terminals with glyphs.
The »Cojonna« typeface combines the elegance and static quiescence of a Didone with playful swirls and pronounced, decorative ball terminals. Initial point for the typeface was an Antiqua with slab-like serifs, a strong contrast between thick and thin lines and wide ascender and descender.
In huge type sizes and short text lines the font unfolds its character and provides a display-font for decorative and playful useage of typography in editorial design, the design of logos or packaging design.
Numerous ligatures care for a passionate and rhythmic type face. Further ligatures for uncommon glyph pairs are transferring the flourish character to every glyph.