Andulka Serif was introduced in 2004, the Sans counterpart added in 2011. To match both families, many adjustments and additions were made to the old serifed family. The OpenType features, language capabilities and kerning have been significantly improved and synchronized across the whole system.
The aim of the Sans-serif was to keep the Andulka’s original peaceful and rational expression, and fill in the family. The system is now well suited for magazine and newspaper print&web as well as for large scientific works, advertising and visual corporate identity. Brilliant in all sizes, reliable and legible, stands at your service.