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Constructivist Fonts

Typefaces inspired by the strong, square forms from Russia’s social art movement of the the early 1900s.

Last edited November 02, 2015
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ITC Stenberg was designed by Tagir Safeyev based on the forms characteristic of the Constructivism in the early days of the USSR. The brothers Vladimir and Georgii Stenberg were two of the creative artists of this movement who were turning older forms to revolutionary use. ITC Stenberg has a caps and small caps alphabet and is available in a bold and an inline version.

Lukasz Dziedzic
FontFont 2009
Tagir Safayev
John Roshell
Tagir Safayev
ITC 1998