Kharkov – A Ukrainian Constructivist Font

Kharkov – A Ukrainian Constructivist Font

BUY NOW           The Constructivist Movement in Russia spilled over to other areas an was an important branch of what we now consider Art Deco. It had a particular flowering in the Ukraine in the early 1930s before the region was brutally oppressed by Stalin in 1935. Evidence of the movement survives in photographs of constructivist …


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Patriarch Font

Patriarch Font

BUY NOW     Patriarch was one of our earliest calligraphic fonts, based on Russian Church Slavonic lettering, such as you would see in Russian Icons, but with the character forms adapted to the Latin alphabet instead of having true Cyrillic characters. So it is somewhat readable but still has the crazy look of the medieval slavonic characters. Patriarch has …


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Russian Constructivist Fonts

Russian Constructivist Fonts

One of our most stylish packages is our collection of Constructivist Fonts based on poster lettering from the early post-revolutionary period in Russia, including designs based on the styles of famous designers of the period like Alexander Rodchenko, Mikhail Vrubel and Sergei Eisenstein.  These are typical of the movement which led to Soviet Realism and which influenced design around the …


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Rykov – A New Font

Rykov – A New Font

BUY NOW TRY DEMO Rykov is a Ukrainian constructivist font from the early 1930s. It has some characteristics in common with German Art Deco fonts, like our recent release Bulwark. It’s an excellent font for bold poster design uses. Rykov has both an English language and modified Russian character set, both included in the sames font. The upper case characters …


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Now International: Buccaneer and Scurlock

As part of a new project for one of our clients in the video game industry we now have available fully expanded character sets for two of our most popular fonts – Buccaneer and Scurlock. These new versions of the font include the traditional Latin character set used for English and other standard characters for Western European languages, plus they …


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