A universal typeface for books, magazines and newspapers is economizing, quiet, strong in drawing, but original and peaceful at the same time.
Andulka was drawn in 2004 for the purposes of publication and visual identity.
A universal typeface for books, magazines and newspapers.
Realiable scientific text workhorse.
Reliable scientific sans-serif.
Small selection for big jobs from serious volumes to fancy invitations, music and poetry.
The engraver Jean Jannon ranks among the significant representatives of French typography of the first half of the 17th century.
Designing font family systems has become a fashion ever since the beginning of digital typography.
Tested by centuries of reading.
The goal of Beletria is to be a contemporary looking book typeface for fast reading (frankly, I was already bored of using of good old Baskerville for the volumes I illustrated recently).
Beletrio was made as companion to Beletria, it has many shapes in common.
Contemporary legible font kit.
The standard of the classics.
Baskerville's perfect companion.
A smart selection of four basic fonts at a great price.
Modern humanist book typeface.
Dynamic humanist sans-serif.
Dynamic contemporary Roman & Sans at a great price.
There is a moment in everyone’s life when they start wearing glasses and I am no exception.
Good for your eyes.
A friendly font for large scientific volumes, but also poetry and small periodicals.
I decided to draw the Regular style of Trivia Humanist not too light and the Bold not too dark.
Cold, perfect and strict organizer.
Contrasting contemporary text & headline combination for decent corporate representation.
Essential high-contrast headliner.
The most inconspicuous typeface from our catalog.
Trivia Slab is a part of our Trivia superfamily system.
Trivia Gothic draws inspiration from notorious origins, whose features are here conveyed into extremes: a warm expression, sharp diagonal endings of curves and ascenders, and a moderate contrast of shadows.
Another 48-cut family from a typeface system which originally arose from the need to simply explain to some publishers what it is “serif, sans-serif, egyptian”, etc, including their style variations.
A sans-serif that is NOT neutral.