The earliest form of Cyrillic manuscript, known as Ustav, was based on Greek uncial script, augmented by ligatures and by letters from the Glagolitic alphabet for consonants not found in Greek. Currently based on early Kirillitsa of 9th – 10th century, used to translate religious script into a new language.
The Slavic Font has been designed following the typical proportions of Ustav alphabet (Uncial), translating the calligraphic letters into modern types that still keep the calligraphy effect but in more geometrical harmony.
The Slavic Font comes together with a family of 24 symbols from Slavic symbolism.
Slavic Font Specifications
- Uppercase, lowercase, numbers, special characters
- Full support for Latin 1 Standard 300 glyphs
- TTF – OTF [for print&design usage]
- WOFF – WOFF2 [for web usage]
- Set of Ethnographic symbols [as font] of each specific culture