Dr. Rudolf Wolf was the first to add slabserifs to the sanserif forms pioneered by Erbar and Renner. He designed Memphis for Stempel in 1929, following Futura; details show the influence of the American typeface Litho Antique from 1910. Ludlow Karnak can be seen as a version of the same design.
Memphis® Cyrillic Font families
The Memphis® Cyrillic includes the following font families:
Memphis Cyrillic Light
Memphis Cyrillic Light Italic
Memphis Cyrillic Medium
Memphis Cyrillic Medium Italic
Memphis Cyrillic Bold
Memphis Cyrillic Bold Italic
Memphis Cyrillic ExtraBold
Memphis® Cyrillic Preview
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