Yegor Letov was the frontman of one of the earliest Soviet/Russian psychedelic and punk rock bands, an iconic figure for many Russian-speaking people.
- Felix Sandalov
- Chief editor at Individuum Books
It took no more than one approach for Maxim Balabin to perform a nearly impossible trick: on the one hand, he offered an expected image and didn’t ruin a formed convention with the potential
Just like distant memories quiver and melt off in one’s mind’s eye, Flicker is vibrating on the book cover (set in red in one of iterations, but we realised that
Why like that? Probably,
And (even though speaking of colour, choice of materials, typography from the point of view of a publisher seems to me a procedure of the same kind as doing an autopsy to find a person’s soul described by Andrey Platonov) I must add that the typeface alludes to the psychedelic era that Letov loved so much and album covers of garage rock musicians of the
Flicker is a variable font by Daria Zorkina, distorted and reminding of water ripple. The font is equipped with stylistic alternates, fractions, indexes, case-sensitive punctuation; supports extended Cyrillic and Latin.