Grodna is a font inspired by the posters and storefront signs used in the beginning of the 1900`s in Oradea which is considered to be the capital of Art Deco in Middle East Europe.
It is a tall, condensed serif font with sharp brackets, short arms with a slight curve at the end. The bars are at a rising angle from left to right, and it has a straight spine with 90 degree turns. The weight of the lines does not vary across the elements, its medium sized everywhere. All this comes together and forms a font with clean and elegant aspect.