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Lina Grin

Lina Grin (or: Lina Grigorenko, or Alina Grigorenko) is from Moscow, Russia, where she studied at the British Higher School of Art and Design. At that school, she designed the dada paper cutout typeface People Were Here (2011).

She continued her studies at the University of the Arts London / London College of Communication, where she created the experimental circle-based typeface Sigma (2012), the "cloudy" Sky (2013), he playful Jamze (2013), Lily (2013), and the scratchy typeface Saiko (2013).

She also created the experimental geometric Latin typeface Zepta (2011), the free modular typeface family Utopia (2015), Loony (2015, a squarish font), Sex Revolution (2015, an icon font), the free circle-based Greko family, and the free compass-and-rular typeface Draw (2015). Currently, Lina is based in London. Behance link.

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Type designers ⦿ Type designers ⦿ Type design in Russia ⦿ Cyrillic type design ⦿ Experimental type ⦿ Type design in the United Kingdom ⦿ Dadaism ⦿ Circle-themed typefaces ⦿ Sites with only a few free fonts ⦿ Erotic fonts ⦿ Cutout or paper-cut typefaces ⦿








file name: Alina Grigorenko Draw 2015


file name: Alina Grigorenko Draw 2015b


file name: Alina Grigorenko Sex Revolution 2015


file name: Alina Grigorenko Sex Revolution 2015b


file name: Alina Grigorenko Loony 2015


file name: Alina Grigorenko Utopia Bold 2015


file name: Alina Grigorenko Greko 2015b


file name: Alina Grigorenko Greko 2015


file name: Lina Grin Zepta 2011


file name: Lina Grin People Were Here 2011


file name: Lina Grin Sigma 2012


file name: Lina Grin Lily 2013


file name: Lina Grin Saiko 2013


file name: Lina Grin Sky 2013


file name: Lina Grin Happy Newyear Illustration 2012


file name: Lina Grin Illustration 2011







Luc Devroye ⦿ School of Computer Science ⦿ McGill University Montreal, Canada H3A 2K6 ⦿ lucdevroye@gmail.com ⦿ http://luc.devroye.org ⦿ http://luc.devroye.org/fonts.html