We are happy to have a chance to find new examples of Cyrillic labels, newspapers, posters, invitations relatively easy on Serbian auction websites. They are not just examples of Cyrillic typefaces used between WWI and WII, they represent early works of Serbian graphic design which were influenced by western countries.

David from Identifont.com published small interview he did with us about our font family Prego and a little bit about Cyrillic.

We made variable dingbat font and turned in into HTML5/ CSS animation.

“The only problem you’ve got Sheriff is a short supply of guts” – said Clint Eastwood in "High Plains Drifter (1973)".

#30TDFDays 16 Oct 2020

We are starting 30 days introduction to faces (dingbats) from our latest (and 100th) font family – Finoteca. Meet face with matching font from our catlog. All the faces are included as Private Unicode area in Finoteca.

Not many nations in their establishment history can have that pleasure to live and be part of elastic range of state forms – from The medieval Serbian Kingdom, The medieval Serbian Empire, The Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenians, SFR Yugoslavia, FR Yugoslavia, State Union of Serbia and Montenegro and Republic Serbia as the last one. Turbulent and dynamic history have been effected the development, archiving and preservation of written and printed materials. While W...