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Plecnik

Plecnik Full family

Includes: Plecnik Light, Plecnik Light Italic, Plecnik Regular, Plecnik Regular Italic, Plecnik Medium, Plecnik Medium Italic, Plecnik Bold, Plecnik Bold Italic

About Plecnik
The most famous Slovenian architect is largely known for his architectural works, but less so for his contribution to Slovenian typography. Plečnik did not only design the typography for many inscriptions on tombstones, monuments and façades, but also the graphical image of various printed materials. The typeface that was created is not a digitalisation of his sketches, but rather a reflection of the current state of design whose starting point is rooted in the principles and forms of Plečnik’s letters. Furthermore, the process of defining and developing the typeface was based on a detailed research of Plečnik’s life, his work and his teaching principles
Designed by
Krista Likar, Alja Herlah
Current release
Jul 2, 2021
Initial release
Jul 2, 2021
Script(s)
Latin
Language support
Xavante, Sicilian, German, Kinyarwanda, Gikuyu, Haitian Creole, Aymara, Cofan, Old Icelandic, Turkish, Romanian, Marquesan, Istroromanian, Hopi, Scottish Gaelic, Novial, Lombard, Hungarian, Low Saxon, Wayuu, Rarotongan, Tswana, Abenaki, Asturian, Hotcak, Croatian, Tuvaluan, Klingon, Polish, Yapese, Occitan, Waraywaray, Alsatian, Estonian, Sorbian Lower, Ladin, Old Norse, Faroese, Niuean, Latin, Igbo, French, Ganda, Arvanitic, Bashkir, Manx, Vepsian, Wiradjuri, Interglossa, Kapampangan, Sango, Javanese, Afar, Nagamese Creole, Gwichin, Chamorro, Bemba, Basque, Swazi, Ndebele, Afrikaans, Seychellois, Guadeloupean, Sami Lule, Wolof, Zapotec, Malay, Tahitian, Luxembourgish, Chichewa, Tzotzil, Cebuano, Uzbek, Tagalog, Voro, Mirandese, Sorbian Upper, Warlpiri, Neapolitan, Nahuatl, Dawan, Sranan, Ossetian, Swedish, Sami Nothern, Slovenian, Wikmungkan, Lojban, Bikol, Rotokas, Kikongo, Volapuk, Tshiluba, Latvian, Noongar, Welsh, Lithuanian, Drehu, Tetum, Norwegian, Fijian, Arrernte, Maltese, Montenegrin, Mohawk, Yindjibarndi, Karakalpak, Oshiwambo, Hiligaynon, English, Slovio, Amis, Frisian, Sardinian, Interlingua, Oneipot, Belarusian, Galician, Papiamento, Gagauz, Quechua, Potawatomi, Ngiyambaa, Swahili, Anuta, Icelandic, Shawnee, Han, Somali, Wallisian, Cornish, Indonesian, Sotho Southern, Zulu, Catalan, Kirundi, Meriam Mir, Finnish, Sundanese, Romansh, Atayal, Chickasaw, Genoese, Folkspraak, Serbian, Italian, Portuguese, Walloon, Creek, Czech, Bislama, Ilocano, Kaqchikel, Montagnais, Tumbuka, Saramaccan, Xhosa, Cape Verdean, Shona, Delaware, Tongan, Dutch, Aranese, Zuni, Meglenoromanian, Kiribati, Aragonese, Karelian, Filipino, Silesian, Albanian, Piedmontese, Ido, Breton, Aromanian, Dholuo, Latino Sine, Makhuwa, Maasai, Slovak, Spanish, Esperanto, Qeqchi, Corsican, Palauan, Kashubian, Turkmen, Tok Pisin, Danish, Maori, Hawaiian, Kurdish, Bosnian, Greenlandic, Moldovan, Crimean Tatar, Venetian, Jamaican, Seri, Irish, Kala Lagaw Ya, Friulian, Gooniyandi, Sami Southern, Samoan, Jerriais, Kaingang, Tokelauan, Afaan Oromo, Murrinhpatha, Tsonga, Sami Inari, Occidental, Chavacano, Cimbrian, Zazaki, Sotho Northern
Features
Stylistic Alternates, Discretionary Ligatures, Standard Ligatures, Small Capitals, Small Capitals from Capitals, Case-sensitive Forms, Subscript, Superscript, Lining Figures, Old-style Figures, Proportional Figures, Tabular Figures, Fractions
Font formats
.OTF, .TTF
Individual weights & styles (8 fonts)
Light, Light Italic, Regular, Regular Italic, Medium, Medium Italic, Bold, Bold Italic
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