In 2008, Ivan Gladkikh started the Free fonts project aiming to make free typography more popular. More than 50 fonts and typefaces were created in collaboration with a significant number of famous and novice Russian designers. Many of those fonts, such as Cuprum, Philosopher, Molot, Bender, Flow, and Neucha, may now be seen all over the world in some very surprising and unexpected places. In 2014, some projects of the TypeType company have joined the Free fonts project, along with the TypeType School students’ graduation works that were created in the course of face-to-face and online learning process under the School’s art-director supervision. Handwritten Latin and Cyrillic font Frenchpress is a part of this project. It is free for personal and commercial use. Frenchpress is not bound by license.
Design: Yaroslava Sadomova
Publisher: Yaroslava Sadomova
License: SIL OPEN FONT LICENSE
Download: Frenchpress | Google Drive
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