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Dušan Jelesijević's picture
Joined: 8 May 2009 - 6:39am
New relase - Centim

Centim is contemporary sans with sharp top endings of stems that give a bit technical charm to typeface. With a squarish look, it can be used widely in all modern publications or become a part of an corporate identity. In smaller sizes, Centim offers good readability due to its simple and good balanced lines.

Centim is available in Regular and Bold weights, as an ideal high-contrasted combination where all characteristics of the typeface are purely effective.

Centim is the archaic Serbian word for Centimeter, a word that was mostly used in tailoring during XIX and XX century.

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Paul Lloyd's picture
Joined: 11 May 2008 - 4:13am

An elegantly simple design, congratulations!

Dušan Jelesijević's picture
Joined: 8 May 2009 - 6:39am

Thanks, Paul!

Hrant H Papazian's picture
Joined: 3 May 2000 - 11:00am

I like it. Although it's reminiscent of some other designs of the past few years, it does have its own character, which make it useful to companies trying to be just a little bit different (a common situation).

BTW, I would be very curious about something: since you're selling this through nine channels it seems, it would be very interesting to learn of your experience concerning which ones worked best for you... I will stay tuned! (And good luck.)


Dušan Jelesijević's picture
Joined: 8 May 2009 - 6:39am

Thanks Hrant.

Results depending on many things, but I'll say only that we started selling fonts via MyFonts at the beginning, so they were the first and only place where you could bought our fonts. Later, we joined the other vendors and I'm pretty satisfied with everyone of them (except the one that's not on this list above, which turns out to be totally unsatisfying for us). New vendors needs time to get the audience, same as with new foundries. So, I wouldn't exclude any of those from the list as not satisfying or bad or anything... all of them are good for us in some points!

(it is diplomatic answer, but it is really like I wrote, from our point of view)

Andreas Stötzner's picture
Joined: 12 Mar 2007 - 10:21am

The semibold A is too dark, it lacks detail adjustment.

Anyway, the face looks crisp and cool; congratulations.