Propisi

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What is the Propisi font?

The typeface was designed at ParaType (ParaGraph) in 1997 by Manvel Shmavonyan for Russian primary school sample writing schoolbooks. The typeface is based on script fonts presented in the book ‘Rodnoy Mir’ by. L.I.Tikunova. The first version of the font included just letters of Russian alphabet and basic set of figures and signs. The second version with extended set of alphabetic letterforms was developed in 2004 by Gennady Fridman. Current third version that covers full Cyrillic and Western code pages was prepared by Gennady Fridman and released in 2009. Medium style also was added by him in 2009.

Propisi Font families

The Propisi includes the following font families:

  • Propisi Light
  • Propisi Medium

Propisi Preview

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Is Propisi Free to Download?

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