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KomuDesigner: Ján Filípek
Publisher: DizajnDesign
Komu was designed by Ján Filípek and published by DizajnDesign. Komu consists of 2 designs and household bundle choices. p > Komu is the revival of a design of letters frequently used on billboards throughout the socialist period in the former Czechoslovakia. These were usually uppercase letters made of paper and covered with a layer of aluminum foil. Individuals simply had to choose the letters (that included a variety of widths and sizes) out from a box and pin them up on a styrofoam signboard, therefore making it easy to reveal any event.

Komu consists of 2 styles. Version A is rather squarish and consists of some strange characters (K, 5, narrow E, odd diacritics) while version B is more rounded with the majority of letters equally broad (with the exception of E, F and L, which look truly broad beside the rest). The optical variation of the initial letters was kept, so that some of them look slightly darker than the others.

Komu is intended to be utilized on posters, books and other products about Socialism in our region and includes complete support for languages based on latin script.

Font Family:
· Komu A
· Komu B

Tags: all caps, clean, compressed, condensed, constructed, display, gaspipe, geometric, grotesque, headline, modern, narrow, poster, revival, russia, sans-serif, slovak, socialist, technical

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