Central European


Central European character sets support Central European languages that use Latin script, (Polish, Czech, Slovak, Hungarian, Slovene, Serbian, Croatian, Romanian and Albanian).

Articles 1

Uni Grotesk is a modern adaptation of the ubiquitous but awkward Universal Grotesk, a typeface that dominated communist Czechoslovakia.
Typeface stories · 7 March 2016 · English · 1550 words

Blogs 2

A new typeface for identities and headlines, with quirky forms inspired by an unusual signage system.
14 May 2018
The fascinating history of visual culture in Slovakia between the wars is presented in the book Modernity of Tradition.
2 April 2012

Authors 1

Ľubomír Longauer is a Slovak graphic designer, teacher, author and researcher. He has designed hundreds of book covers, and for the past decade...

Help 3

Typotheque fonts support 85 languages, however not every version of every font supports every language. For example if you use both English and Czech in a document, you need to use a version of the font which supports those two languages.
We offer two different kinds of Arabic fonts: Fedra AR (Arabic), which supports only the Arabic and Mac Roman sets; and Fedra Multiscript, which offers the same Arabic support plus full Latin (Western, Turkish, Central, Eastern European), Greek and Cyrillic.

Other pages 1

Typotheque offers Multilingual Unicode Compliant Fonts in WGL4, and larger character sset supporting over 80 languages in standard Latin, Central European, Baltic, Turkish, Greek, Cyrillic, and Arabic encodings.