non-Latin


non-Latin refers to scripts for non-Latin based languages, e.g. Cyrillic, Greek, Arabic, Hindi.

Typotheque launches a new type design programme, a collection of contemporary text and display fonts for the Hebrew language.
23 October 2017
Designed by Daniel Grumer, Zico Hebrew is a modern and versatile low-contrast typeface family.
4 October 2017
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
Introducing a new typeface Echo, a sans serif counterpart to the newly released Charlie, with subtle influence from the broad nib pen.
13 January 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
The Indian Type Foundry will be the first specialised company to develop and directly distribute Unicode-compliant digital fonts in India.
4 September 2009
Typotheque pays as much attention to ‘non-Latin’ fonts as to our Latin fonts, and by now our fonts support over 190 languages spoken by over 1.5 billion native speakers. Latest expansion of Fedra family is Devanagari version.
30 May 2009
To meet the growing demand for for global communication, Typotheque has taken another step towards true internationalisation by extending all its fonts to support Klingon.
1 April 2009