Oksana Text Narrow is Oksana Text, narrower by 25%. Cyrillic and Latin, with real italics and swashed initials in six weights, is always slender.
This square serif typeface is a real workhorse. It is a modern tool for text design: extremely legible, pan-european multilingual (Latin, Greek and Cyrillic), well shaped. Bandera Pro has six weights with original italics, alternatives, small capitals and three sets of digits. It catches attention in headlines of posters and magazines or makes reading comfortable in plain texts.
This script has almost no historic roots. It is named after hajdamakas, Ukrainian guerilla fighters from past times.
It is lively and somehow saucily forms the vibrant lines of a text.
Originally ZionTrain was built as a (probably first in Cyrillic!) navigation typeface for the Kharkiv identity project and Kharkiv subway and airport navigation systems. We wanted comprehensible, distinctive letterforms, that can help everybody on the way from Babylon to Zion.
The glyphs of AndrijScript typeface are based on usual calligrapher’s handwriting, my own native Cyrillic. This strange mix of freedom and professionalism looks vivid but a bit elegant.
In three very different weights it has some ligatures and contextual alternatives for more natural look.
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The common Slavic word Основа (Osnova) means basis in English and βάση in Greek. This universal but still distinctive typeface can make a good ground for any design project.
Special Navigation version separated by Western Latin, Greek and Cyrillic families is here.
Oksana is a Ukrainian female name.
As a true native Ukrainian, this semi-serif type family has a strong structure, but soft and friendly nature.
In six weights from thin to heavy it is perfect for titles and short texts lines.
This fat and vivid typeface with broken lines has a great ability for uppercase setting.
It was named after the Agara name our small river Berda had when ancient Greeks sailed it.
Oksana Std has only the Western Latin characters from multilingual Oksana.
It has six weights with real italics, and Alt faces with Old Style figures, alternative characters -a-g-k-y- and ampersand. German großes Eszett is also included.