KvadratZ

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What is the KvadratZ font?

An original type family designed for ParaType in 2001 by Zakhar Yaschin.
The fonts were created within ‘One Touch’ project. The aim of the experiment was searching for a grapheme through primitive forms and intentional avoiding ‘adjusted’ characters. The family includes Wood style imitating woodcut letters, and a set of pictograms.
For use in advertising and display typography.

KvadratZ Font families

The KvadratZ includes the following font families:

  • Kvadrat Z Regular
  • Kvadrat Z Bold
  • Kvadrat Wood Z
  • Kvadrat Pict Z

KvadratZ Preview

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