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3 styles,
2016
  • Desktop
    $100
  • Web
    $100
  • App
    $150
48px
First Prize BoldFirst Prize Bold
  • Desktop
    $35
  • Web
    $35
  • App
    $60
  • Desktop
    $45
  • Web
    $45
  • App
    $67
  • Desktop
    $45
  • Web
    $45
  • App
    $67
About

First Prize typeface is following the same direction as Futura Display. It is a narrow, heavy sans serif typeface with geometrical logic and quite predictable constructions of characters. The idea behind it was to combine constructed structure of the skeleton and some calligraphic ideas, swashes and cursiveness.

At the moment First Prize typeface consists of three narrow styles: bold, upright italic and italic. Cursive weights have beautiful ending swashes and initials. There are few alternative shapes for A&N. As a Display typeface First Prize will work very well with any other typefaces for the good of any project in print or online.

Features

Standard ligatures, contextual ligatures, swashes, proportional lining figures, one stylistic set

Languages

Afrikaans, Belarusian, Bulgarian, Catalan, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Esperanto, Estonian, Finnish, French, Gaelic (Irish), Galician, Hungarian, Icelandic, Italian, Kurdish (lat), Latvian, Lithuanian, Mongolian (lat), Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovene, Spain, Swedish, Turkish, Ukrainian, Uzbek (lat)

Authors

Valery Golyzhenkov

Valery Golyzhenkov is a graphic and type designer, a teacher, a partner in the studio Letterhead, creator of the project Typoholic.ru and a member of the editorial board of the online journal ‘Shrift’. In 1998, with Yury Gordon and Olga Vasilkova, he founded Letterhead. His work has been honored at the Moscow Festival of Advertising, ADCR, Shrift and Grafit, a festival of alternative design.

Typefaces by Valery Golyzhenkov: ArtChronika, Grammatik, First Prize, Formalist, Dead Metro, Recruit, Svyaznoy, type system for the magazine WTF(ashion)?

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