Andrij Shevchenko (b. 1973) (aka Andrij Che) is the Berdyansk-based Ukrainian designer of the following typefaces, somne of which can also be had from MyFonts. Behance link.
In 2012, he started Ukrainian Type.
- Agarsky (2006, a bold casual script face) which used to be called Agara until Berthold complained about the possible confusion with Agora.
- Zion Train (2007, an experimental sans in 20 styles).
- Andrij Script. See here.
- Andrij Hand (a Cyrillic handwriting font, 2002-2006; see discussion).
- Strudel (2002, informal handprinting).
- ALS Agrus (2005-2006, a script face, Art Lebedev Studio).
- Machinegun (2005, octagonal military look).
- Magela (2003, a Cyrillic sans).
- Hajdamaka (2004, a bouncy Latin/Cyrillic script).
- Also check out his lettering (not fonts) in Kozaku (2005, a flowing Cyrillic script), XLibna (2005, another Cyrillic script) and here (2005).
- The semi-serifed Oksana (2007, 6 styles), Oksana Sans (2007, +Condensed), Oksana Text (2008), Oksana Cyrillic (2007), Oksana Greek (2007), and Oksana Text Swash (2008). This was followed by Oksana Text Narrow (2011), Oksana Sans (+Wide) and Oksana Sans Compressed (2011), which have hairline weights.
- Osnova Pro (2010): a sans family that covers Cyrillic, Greek and Latin.
- Ababa (2002, Cyrillic lettering).
- Turbota (2010) is a rounded Latin / Cyrillic type family that was was developed as part of an identity system for Turbota, a center for disabled children in the Ukraine.
- Arsenal (2011). A free typeface that won a national Ukrainian type competition called the Mystetsky Arsenal contest.
- Seaside (2011) is a Peignotian face.
- Bandera Pro (2011) is a useful workhorse square serif type family that covers Latin, Greek and Cyrillic. Accompanied by Bandera Text (2014) and Bandera Display (2014).
- Arsenal (2012) is a workhorse sans family for Latin and Cyrillic. It won the Mystetsky Arsenal contest, and is free.
Zion Train Pro (2012, +Stencil): Originally ZionTrain was built as a (probably first in Cyrillic!) navigation typeface for the Kharkiv identity project and Kharkiv subway and airport navigation systems. We wanted comprehensible, distinctive letterforms, that can help everybody on the way from Babylon to Zion. The project was used in Kharkiv promotion at homeland and abroad, but was rejected by the new government. As a corporate typeface it was used for a few cultural projects. Now it is equipped with Slavic Cyrillic and Monotonic Greek.
Showcase of Andrij Shevchenko's typefaces at MyFonts.
Type design in Russia ⦿
Cyrillic type design ⦿
Handwriting fonts ⦿
Type designers ⦿
Type designers ⦿
Type design in Ukraine ⦿
Experimental type ⦿
Octagonal typefaces ⦿
Very thin (hairline sans) typefaces ⦿
Sites with only a few free fonts ⦿
Commercial fonts (small outfits) ⦿
Stencil fonts ⦿
Military typefaces ⦿