Typefaces intended for display, designed to grab attention rather than be transparent as many text faces are, are not the same as display versions of text typefaces. The latter are visually optimized for use at large sizes but otherwise are not extra fancy. Display faces include many in the Retro and Script (Formal, Brush, Casual and Calligraphic) categories along with typefaces that are decorative and those that are "graphic". Decorative typefaces come in many flavors. The most common are: inline (ITC Garamond Handtooled), outline (Cheltenham Outline), shaded (Profil), dimensional (Buster), patterned (Sinaloa), floriated (Gill Floriated), and historiated. Stencil typefaces are often considered to be "decorative". Graphic describes typefaces that are free in design and not derived from pen or brush letters. Examples are Chwast Buffalo, Caustic Biomorph and Neuland.