Roslindale is a serif typeface that follows in the footsteps of De Vinne, originally published in the 1890s by the Central Type Foundry and named for the nineteenth century printer. It’s an oldstyle that can’t shake its Victorian sensibilities, with sharp, stubby serifs, bulbous terminals, and the occasional hint of diagonal stress. In text, you’ll find Roslindale to be stylish and sturdy; in display, it flirts with 1970s slickness. The result can be a bit cheesy at times, but it’s more of a creamy brie than a stinky bleu.