About Us

Founded by Slobodan Jelesijević and Dušan Jelesijević in May 2009 as an independent boutique font foundry that is the only one of it’s kind in Serbia, Tour de Force Font Foundry has produced high quality original typefaces that are in use globally.


From our glyph laboratory in a small town of Gornji Milanovac, Central Serbia, we have anchored our craftsmanship and reputation on providing the classic European standards of stellar personalised service with our clients across the world.


This is a service that believes in taking care of the little things – and perfecting little details that can make all the difference. Thus, by weaving our experience across different design environments and cultural spaces, we provide an intricate and instinctive approach to producing fonts that have the ability to bring out the best in your company’s advertising and branding campaigns.





Our works in publications



Color Management for Packaging, RotoVision
A homage to typography, Index Books
Znakovito 2, Službeni glasnik
Znakovito 3, Službeni glasnik
Type Image, Gingko Press
No more rules logos, Rockport Publishers
Typography, Referenced, Rockport Publishers
Logology 2, Victionary
Typodarium 2011, Hermann Schmidt Mainz
Typodarium 2012, Hermann Schmidt Mainz
Typodarium 2013, Hermann Schmidt Mainz

Logo 3, Zeix
Illustration 2, Zeix
Typodarium 2014, Hermann Schmidt Mainz
LogoTalks II, Artpower
Font & Parts Collection, Impress Japan
Typodarium 2015, Hermann Schmidt Mainz
Year Book of Type 2, Slanted
Year Book of Type 3, Slanted
Year Book of Type 4, Slanted
Year Book of Type 5, Slanted

Designers

Dušan Jelesijević
Dušan Jelesijević was born in Gornji Milanovac, Serbia in 1983.
He graduated in the graphic design department from Faculty FILUM in Kragujevac.
Currently works as freelance graphic and web designer.

Contact:
dusan [@] tourdefonts.com
www.dusanjelesijevic.com

Slobodan Jelesijević
Slobodan Jelesijević was born in Gornji Milanovac, Serbia in 1951.
He graduated with a degree in graphic communication and lettering from the Faculty of Applied Arts in Belgrade. These days, Jelesijević is sought out not only as a typeface designer, but also as a graphic designer and illustrator. He is retired professor of graphic communication at the Faculty of Art in Niš, Serbia.

Contact:
gmjeles [@] gmail.com
www.slobodanjelesijevic.com