4 things every graphic designer needs to know about Cyrillic
For anyone who is used to the Latin script, Cyrillic looks familiar and foreign at the same time – so many seemingly flipped Latin letters, a lowercase that looks more like small caps… A story by Krista Radoeva.
What you need to know when making cyrillic typefaces
TypeThursday talks to Aleksandra Samulenkova ahead of her upcoming workshop “Introduction to Cyrillic”.
Non-Latin Type Design Workshop Series with Maria Doreuli & Krista Radoeva
The workshop will happen from august 23 to 26, 2017. The topic will be Cyrillic script, so get you prepared for new type-design adventures. The workshop will take place in the cultural hub Progr (Erlesen space) in Bern, Switzerland.
Cyrillic script variations and the importance of localisation
Not all Cyrillic languages use exactly the same characters as Russia – find out about the difference in this blog post by Krista Radoeva.
Kazimir font is inspired by type errors in early Russian printing
Angela Riechers about Kazimir and Kazimir Text by Ilya Ruderman and Yury Ostromentsky (CSTM Fonts). Via AIGA Eye on Design blog.
A Look at the Letter б
This is the first in a series of columns on letters from the Cyrillic alphabet by Gayaneh Bagdasaryan. Via typejournal.ru.
TDC Non-Latin Workshop: Cyrillic with Maxim Zhukov
To address numerous problems of Cyrillic type design the Type Directors Club is offering a two-day professional seminar and workshop, TDC Cyrillic Week-End. (more…)
Top Cyrillic Typefaces of 2014
Type Journal features an overview of the best Cyrillic fonts released in 2014.