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Granshan 2009

The Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Armenia held the type design competition Granshan 2009 (Granshan means character in Armenian). The competition judges were Miguel Sousa, Carolyn Puzzovio, Fred Afrikyan, Ara Baghdasaryan, and Garegin Martirosian. Chairman of the organizing committee was Edik Ghabuzyan. The results:

  • Armenian text fonts: 1. Aragast (Edik Ghabuzyan), 2. Ara Rusa (Ara Baghdasaryan), 3. Asparez (Edik Ghabuzyan).
  • Armenian School textbook and children's book fonts: 1. Parmani (Edik Ghabuzyan), 2. Goga (Angella Poghosova), 3. Tpagrakan (Mariam Simonyan).
  • Armenian traditional text fonts: 1. Notrgir (Edik Ghabuzyan).
  • Latin text fonts: 1. Karmina Sans (Veronika Burian, José Scaglione), 2. Marat (Ludwig Übele), 3. Adelle (Veronika Burian, José Scaglione).
  • Cyrillic text fonts: 1. Skolar Pro (David Brezina), 2. Aragast (Edik Ghabuzyan), 3. Luba (Hendrik Möller)
  • Display fonts: 1. Vogue (Henrik Kubel, Inge Kubel), 2. Notrgir (Edik Ghabuzyan), 3. Diana (Edik Ghabuzyan).

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