Druk Text Cyrillic is a display face designed for small sizes, useful for adding structure and personality to a page without requiring any variation in point size. It is ideal for section titles, running heads and running feet, labeling on maps, and thanks to its tabular figures, it can even be used for tables, charts, and infographics. Druk Text Cyrillic also works for short blocks of text, maintaining its legibility all the way down to 6pt. Like its companion display face for large sizes, Druk Text Cyrillic has four weights, from Medium to Super, all with italics.
While studying catalogs designed by Willem Sandberg for the Stedelijk Museum, Berton Hasebe noticed frequent use of small sizes of Annonce Grotesk, a very wide and bold sans serif, for running feet, headers within text, and other small navigational elements. Unable to think of a contemporary typeface able to do this job as capably, he was inspired to adapt Druk Wide for small sizes.
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