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What is the Lazurski font?

Designed at Polygraphmash type design bureau in 1984 by Vladimir Yefimov, with the addition of demi and demi italic. Based on a hot-metal typeface (1962) by Moscow book designer Vadim Lazurski (1909–1994), inspired by the early 16th century typefaces of Italian Renaissance. The typeface is useful for text and display composition, in fiction and art books. An ‘expert set’ was added by ParaType (ParaGraph) in 1997.

Lazurski Font families

The Lazurski includes the following font families:

  • Lazurski
  • Lazurski Italic
  • Lazurski Bold
  • Lazurski Bold Italic

Lazurski Preview

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