Pushkin

$175.00

License:
COMMERCIAL
Format:
OTF, TTF
Glyphs:
246
Features:
aalt cpsp frac liga ordn sups
Version:
1.001
Published:
2005
LocalFonts:
24/07/2020
Styles:
Complete family of 7 fonts
Designer:
Copyright:
© 2005 by ParaType. All rights reserved.

Description

Description
Designed for ParaType in 1999-2004 by Gennady Fridman. The Pushkin type family is based on the autographs of Alexander Pushkin, the eminent Russian poet (1799-1837). Alternative letters typical for Pushkin’s hand are included.

There are several variants of Pushkin’s hand. Pushkin Script in 2 styles was based on the manuscripts of 1815 and covers Western and Russian character sets. Pushkin One was developed on the basis of thoroughly written documents. Pushkin Two imitates small but nevertheless rather legible hand. Pushkin Three in 2 weights was created on the basis of the autographs distinguished by sprawling hand. Pushkin One, Two and Three series covers just the Russian character set. This set of Russian fonts was amended by Pushkin French font that is based on French writings and covers Western character set.

Design, Publisher, Copyright, License

Design: Gennady Fridman

Publisher: ParaType

Copyright 2005 by ParaType. All rights reserved.

Gennady Fridman

Gennady Fridman

Russian designer of the bouncy script Amore (2004, Paratype), Zubilo Black (2004, Paratype: comic book face), Jefferson (2005, based on the handwriting of Thomas Jefferson), Peter Skoropis (2003, Paratype, based on the samples of Russian handwriting of the reign of Peter The Great (early 18th century) named skoropis), Pushkin One, Two and Three (1999-2004, Paratype, based on the autographs of Alexander Pushkin, the eminent Russian poet (1799-1837)), and the informal handwriting fonts PT Lightning (2009, Paratype), PT Earthquake (2009), Jeff Script (2009, based on the handwriting of Vladimir Yefimov), Nina, Olga, Tatiana, Betina Script, and Katherine (2007, Paratype). Telegraph, designed for ParaType in 2003 by Gennady Fridman, is based on the type of CTA-M-67 telegraph lettersetting machine widely used in the USSR from 1960-1980. The character set corresponds to Rules for Telegraph Connection Service of the Russian Federation.

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