New release: Skolar Cyrillic

Skolar Cyrillic

David Brezina's successful type family Skolar has been expanded with a full Cyrillic character set. It supports 32 languages using Cyrillic script, besides most of the Slavic languages, many Asian and non-Slavic languages are covered too. It also supports Serbian italic alternates and “new” Bulgarian stylistics. Skolar Cyrillic has been designed as a close complement to Latin with the help of the experienced designer and consultant Alexandra Korolkova, and it has already earned its first awards at Modern Cyrillic 2009 and Granshan 2009.

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Nick Shinn's picture

Very impressive!

Is there a specimen of the Cyrillic small caps?
I didn't see it in the PDF.

sim's picture

Pretty nice typeface. I love the ligatures and the oldstyle figures.

>Nick: I'm not sure, but I think they talk about Cyrillic small caps on page 10 in the pdf. Though, you probably see it. See also from pages 12 and more. It's seems it's a mix with lower case.

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