The ITC Review Board first saw designs from Olivera Stojadinovic early in 2000. By November of that year, her typefaces Aspera and Rastko were released into the ITC typeface library. These were followed by Hedera, a year later, and the Resavska family in 2004. Soon, the Anima family will also be added to the ITC library. Each of Ms. Stojadinovic's designs, to varying degrees, are influenced by her calligraphic lettering. In Resavska, the effect is a subtle undercurrent; while in Aspera, Hedera, and Rastko it is a lively and readily apparent energy. All of her designs elegantly fulfill ITC's criteria of being engaging, distinctive and versatile. Resavska is a beautiful and easy to read design that performs exceptionally at a variety of sizes. Hedera is rough-hewn, yet elegant. Aspera is a lively and spontaneous. Rastko communicates with a sensitive rhythm. Anima is charming, provocative and a delight to read.
All of Olivera Stojadinovic's typefaces are a lesson in grace, pulchritude and service to readers.
Allan Haley, Director of Words & Letters
International Typeface Corporation
Programme coordinator: Marijana Petrović Raić, curator