What is the Gorod.Samara font?
The general idea: the font’s symbols has put the kerchiefs and are singing chastooshkas (Russian humorous short folk verse): “Eh, Samara, my little town… So anxious I am…”.
Release: in the form of “gorod.Samara” font with the four styles (“gorod” is a “city of” in Russian). Normal and Bold styles differ from each other with the thickness of their kerchiefs. In Italic and Bold-Italic styles the characters even have broken into a dance: some jumped up, some squatted. More…
Samara is an ancient Russian city founded in 1586 as a fortress. Now it is a center of Kuibyshev region, large railway junction, advanced cultural and industrial center. In 1935 it was renamed to the city of Kuibyshev, but during perestroyka has returned its historical name. Samara chastooshkas – the short cheerful national songs are well known to all world.
Gorod.Samara Font families
The Gorod.Samara includes the following font families:
- Gorod.Samara Italic
- Gorod.Samara Bold
- Gorod.Samara Bold Italic
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