Russian fonts

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Dan Weaver's picture

Found some more fonts, try Reykavik, by Psy/Ops (www.pysops.com), TX Manifesto, by Typebox (typebox.com), these are of the same period by alittle off the beaten path, Anatole, by ingofonts (www.ingo-zimmermann.de), Blakely & Mostra by Mark Simonson (www.ms-studio.com)

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Mostra by Mark Simonson, Russian!

Then you better make sure you eat your blintz with tomato sauce and mozzarella.

Alexander Tochilovsky's picture

ParaType (www.paratype.com) has two families that are based on Constructivist lettering; Rodchenko and ITC Stenberg.

Dan Weaver's picture

Visit P22 fonts and look at the fonts called Constructivist. Its 3 fonts and extra symbols and they are cheap. www.p22.com

I'll see if I can find some more. I'll check the Indie font books. Dan

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