From now on, Typotheque cease to use Std/Pro font suffixes, and instead proposes to use standartised suffixes that identify language support in fonts.
18 April 2019
Over a decade in development, Ping is a new, not-so geometric Sans.
25 March 2019
Wind, a variable font for optical effects and multi-layed typography designed by Hansje van Halem now speaks Russian and Greek.
13 November 2018
November Slab is a functional, no-nonsense addition to a rational, utilitarian family inspired by street signage. Its blocky serifs create stable, robust letterforms that are surprisingly elegant in its thinnest variations, making it well suited for print purposes.
13 June 2018
A typeface that started a decade ago with a Cyrillic design finally gets its official Cyrillic version.
13 June 2018
Balkan, a typeface designed for the transliteration of Croatian and Serbian, has been expanded to support Russian and other Cyrillic languages.
22 January 2018
October’s rounded strokes are inherent to the milling technique that inspired it.
13 December 2016
November is a rational, utilitarian typeface inspired by street signage. Unlike most signage types it also handles long texts with ease.
12 September 2016
A sophisticated handwriting font written with two pens, in two speeds, supporting Latin, Greek, Cyrillic and Hebrew scripts.
4 April 2016
We are pleased to present Greta Mono, a fixed-width font family in an unprecedented ten weights and ten widths.
7 September 2015
Parmigiano has the ambition to be the most extensive family of fonts ever to have been inspired by Giambattista Bodoni, and today we extend it further by Cyrillic and Greek styles.
29 June 2015
Three years ago, we have launched Greta Sans. Now, we further expand the system by Cyrillic and Greek versions, creating probably the largest type systems available for those languages.
13 April 2015
Karloff Cyrillic and Greek, designed by Maria Doreuli, who takes a particular interest in reverse-contrast typefaces.
8 November 2013
History was designed around a base of Roman inscriptional capitals, and includes 21 independent typefaces which can be selectively combined in layers. Now available for Cyrillic and Greek.
7 November 2013
We will be speaking in Moscow at Serebro Nabora, the first Russian type conference. Among other things, he will be presenting Typotheque’s latest Cyrillic fonts.
6 November 2013