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1. Luga

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The typeface was designed at SoftUnion in 1994 by Nikita Vsesvetsky. Luga is similar to ITC Lubalin Graph by Herbert Lubalin, 1974. Details »

2. Pragmatica

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The typeface was designed at ParaType (ParaGraph) in 1989-2004 by Vladimir Yefimov and Olga Chaeva as a spin-off from Encyclopedia-4 type family of the Polygraphmash type design bureau (1987, Vladimir Yefimov and Isay Slutsker). Pragmatica was inspired by Helvetica (Neue Haas Grotesk) of Haas typefoundry, 1957, by Eduard Hoffman and Max Miedinger. Details »

3. Futura PT

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Futura was designed for Bauer company in 1927 by Paul Renner. This is a sans serif face based on geometrical shapes, representative of the aesthetics of the Bauhaus school of the 1920s-30s. Details »

4. Futura Futuris

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Futura Futuris was designed at ParaType (ParaGraph) in 1991 by Vladimir Yefimov, basing on Futura of the Bauer company, 1927, by Paul Renner. Futura is a registered trade mark of Neufville, SL. Details »

5. Leksa Sans

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Leksa Sans is a humanist sans-serif face with low contrast. The family consists of 14 faces (upright & true italic in seven weights from Extra Light to Black). Details »

6. ITC Benguiat Gothic

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Designed for the International Typeface Corporation in 1979 by Edward Benguiat. Based on Art Nouveau lettering styles and the letter shapes of an earlier typeface by the same designer, ITC Benguiat (1977); the Gothic version is a monoline sans serif design. Details »

7. Circe

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Circe is a geometric sans-serif with some humanist features in 6 weights from Thin to Extra Bold. The name of the font is derived from both its geometric shapes and artificial, kinky nature. Details »

8. PT Sans Pro

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PT Sans Pro is a comprehensive type family intended for a wide range of applications. It consists of 32 styles: 6 weights (from light to black) with corresponding italics of normal proportions; 6 narrow styles; 6 condensed styles; 6 extra condensed styles and 2 caption styles (regular and bold). Details »

9. Leksa

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Leksa is an oldstyle, even a bit old-fashioned text family in 12 faces, including six upright and six italic ones, from Light to Black, with both oldstyle and tabular digits and true small caps. The typeface works great in books of classical style and suits for both small and large point sizes. Details »

10. Adventure

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Adventure is a calligraphic script originally designed in Cyrillic character set by Natalia Vasilyeva in 2001. An extension to the Western code page was done in 2007. Details »

11. FF DIN Pro

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12. Magistral

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The first three weights of the family were designed at ParaType (ParaGraph) in 1997 by Dmitry Kirsanov. They were based on the artworks of Moscow graphic designer Andrey Kryukov (1923-1997). Details »

13. PT Serif Pro

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PT Serif Pro is a universal type family to be used in combination with PT Sans Pro family released earlier. PT Serif Pro matches PT Sans Pro in metrics, proportions, weights and design. Details »

14. DIN 2014

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DIN 2014 is a contemporary version of a well-known DIN typeface. The Regular performs well in long text settings, while Light and Bold faces are extremely legible at large sizes. Details »

15. Cooper

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Bitstream Cooper was designed at Bitstream in 1986 by means of adding light, medium, and bold styles, with the corresponding italics, to the existing black ones. Based on Cooper Black, 1919, by Oswald Bruce Cooper, which was firstly released as a hand composition font in 1922 by Barnhart Brothers & Spindler of Chicago and later spread by ATF. Details »

16. New Journal

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New Journal was designed at Polygraphmash type design bureau in 1963 by Michael Rovensky (1902–1996). The digital version was developed at ParaType (ParaGraph) in 1997 by Lyubov Kuznetsova. Details »

17. ITC Officina Sans

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Designed for the International Typeface Corporation in 1990 by Erik Spiekermann. A sans serif version of ITC Officina Serif. Details »

18. FreeSet

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The FreeSet type family in four basic styles, based on Frutiger, of Mergenthaler Linotype, 1976 by Adrian Frutiger, was designed in ParaType (ParaGraph) in 1992 by Tagir Safayev. Frutiger font was originally aimed to be used on the new Charles de Gaulle Airport at Roissy signs. Details »

19. Helios

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The typeface was designed at TypeMarket in 1993-1996 by Alexey Kustov and Sergey Shanovich. Based on Helvetica™ by Eduard Hoffmann and Max Miedinger, Linotype, 1957. Details »

20. Academy

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Academy was designed circa 1910 at the Berthold type foundry (St.-Petersburg). Details »

21. Futura

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Futura is a registered trade mark of Neufville, SL, that was designed for Bauer company by Paul Renner in 1927. This is a sans serif face based on geometrical shapes, representative of the aesthetics of the Bauhaus school of the 1920s-30s. Details »

22. Friz Quadrata

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riz Quadrata was designed by Ernst Friz for Visual Graphic Corp. in 1965 and released by ITC in 1974. Details »

23. ITC Charter

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Designed in 1987 by Matthew Carter as the first original typeface of Bitstream, Inc., it was licensed by the International Typeface Corporation in 1993. Details »

24. Circe Rounded

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Circe Rounded is an extension for popular Circe typeface, with rounded terminals. Bold and ExtraBold faces have two variants with different radius of the terminals. Details »

25. Lazurski

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Lazurski was designed at Polygraphmash in 1984 by Vladimir Yefimov. It is based on a hot-metal typeface (1962) by Moscow book designer Vadim Lazurski (1909-1994), inspired by the early 16th century typefaces of Italian Renaissance. Details »