What is the Bogdan font?
An original script font designed by Victor Kharyk and licensed by ParaType in 2006.
Based on Ukrainian Skoropis (fast handwriting) of 16-17th centuries. The font was named after Ukrainian Getman Bogdan Khmelnitsky, because the main sources and inspirations for the project were taken from collection of handwriting Universals (decrees) of that time — the middle of 17th century. The shape of letters imitates flat nib quill handwriting with stress, bringing them informal liveliness. More…
The Bogdan font character set contains Cyrillic, Old Slavonic , Glagolitic, Latin and Greek alphabets in two variants: Rejestrowy (Regular) and Siczowy (Alternate). The font is for use in display typography, but can work quite well for short text setting. Bogdan type is well suited for historical and cultural texts associated with Europe of 15-17th centuries
Bogdan Font families
The Bogdan includes the following font families:
- Bogdan Rejestrowy Regular
- Bogdan Rejestrowy Cursive
- Bogdan Siczowy Regular
- Bogdan Siczowy Cursive
Here is a preview of how Bogdan will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.