In the present computerized scene, individuals know about typography, design and how the world checks out them. Typography is important and used in almost all areas of the internet world. It is all about adjusting the text within the design while creating powerful content. It also contributes a lot to advertising because it tells the consumer what they’re reading and why it’s important to them. A typeface is important in almost everything from attracting visitors to providing information to them. So typography has made this internet more colorful.
Today we will talk about some Russian fonts that make your content more colorful and interesting. You can download and use all the fonts on our list for free. Then let’s start without further ado.
Koliko is a geometric sans serif with plain curves and a clean, functional structure designed by Alex Frukta. This square based font published through Fontfirma. Font family consists of 3 unique font styles — regular, thin and bold. Koliko is licensed under open font licensed. This amazing font most suitable for headlines of all sizes, but it does work well in a variety of text lengths.
Arsenal is a semi-grotesque with traditional forms designed by Andrij Shevchenko and published through google fonts. In 2011 this typeface won the Ukrainian Type Design Competition Mystetsky Arsenal. Arsenal is licensed under the Open Font License that means You can use this font freely in your products & projects – print or digital, commercial or otherwise.
Ruslan is a decorative display typeface designed by Denis Masharov. It is also a google font. Denis Masharov design this collaboration with Vladimir Rabdu. With its unique look, Ruslan is very much user friendly and supports uppercase only. You can use this font for personal and commercial use.
Poiret One Font
Poiret One is a fresh decorative geometric grotesque with a hint of Art Deco and c‘onstructivism designed by Denis Masharov. The font is applicable for large signs, labels, titles, headlines and any type of graphic design on the web, in motion graphics, or in print – from t-shirts to posters and logos. Licensed under the Open Font License, Poiret One is very much unique.
Guerrilla is a little bit rough, a bit graffiti and a little bit brush flavored free font designed by Carlos Zubia from Chihuahua, Mexico. Based on geometric forms, it has stylish lines and graceful curves. This font has been featured in FontFabric and it is 100% free to use for personal and commercial purpose.