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Nikolay Nikolayevich Kudryashev

Also, Nikolai Nikolajewitsch Kudryashev. Russian type designer, b. Moscow, 1908, d. Moscow, 1981. His name is also written Kudrashov sometimes. Intermicro published KudrashovC (1992-1995) based on his work. Some weights were co-designed by Zinaida A. Maslennikova. At Polygraphmash, he and Maslennikova designed the family Kudryashevskaya Encyclopedicheskaya (1960-1974). The latter family was digitized and finished by Vladimir Yefimov at Paratype and called Petersburg (1992). The math font of that family was digitized by Vladimir Yefimov at Polyraphmash in 1987 and became PT MathFont 1. The music font of that set became PT Nota 1 (Vladimir Yefimov at Polyraphmash, 1987). From 1986 until 2002, he developed the Paratype Parangon family, available in Latin and Cyrillic versions from URW.

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file name: Nikolai Kudryashev Zinaida Maslennikova Polygraphmash Kudryashevskaya Encyclopedicheskaya akapetersburg 1960 1974







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