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Zakhar Yaschin

Working for Art. Lebedev Studio, he partook in creating several logos and designed ALS Ekibastuz, ALS Tonguin and ALS Story. For ParaType he designed the following typefaces: AuktyonZ, AuktyonDotZ, Harry Plotter, Kapelka, KvadratZ, KvadratWoodZ, KvadratPictZ.

Typefaces: SansSay (6 font styles), MainStormZ, Harry Plotter New, Treasure.

Residing in Oryol, Zakhar works as a graphic and web designer and occupies the position of Art Director supervising the RuTube project.

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9 font families by Zakhar Yaschin

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Kapelka

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Kapelka Kapelka

ALS Tongyin™

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4 fonts from $63.00
ALS Tongyin™ ALS Tongyin™

ALS Tongyin is a bit rough and square-built with a pronounced oriental touch (Chinese word “tongyin” means “bronze molding”).

Tongyin declares its ties to Russian constructivism and has 4 font styles. It matches well the rustic accident type frequently used for ads and announcements in Russian newspapers.

AuktyonZ

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AuktyonZ AuktyonZ

An original calligraphic typeface designed for ParaType in 2001 by Zakhar Yaschin.

Based on informal handwriting, One of its distinctions is an increased size of ascenders while x-height is moderate.

For use in advertising and display typography.

KvadratZ

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4 fonts from $25.00
KvadratZ KvadratZ

ALS Ekibastuz™

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6 fonts from $63.00
ALS Ekibastuz™ ALS Ekibastuz™

Guenter

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4 fonts from $25.00
Guenter Guenter

Harry Plotter

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Harry Plotter Harry Plotter

ALS Story™

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4 fonts from $63.00
ALS Story™ ALS Story™

ALS Zwoelf™

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ALS Zwoelf™ ALS Zwoelf™

The design of Zwoelf stems from a letter created by Oleg Pashchenko for the poetry book called “They Talk.”

Modified in several ways, the lettering gained readability and a more neutral look. This typeface combines Modern and Gothic styles, ugliness and beauty, the horrifying and the funny. Typographers may highlight any of this.

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