Laic is the type foundry founded in 2018 by Warsaw, Poland-based type designer Maciej Polczynski. His typefaces:
- As part of his Bachelor's project at the Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technologies in 2016, Maciej Polczynski (Warsaw, Poland) designed the sans typeface Ayka.
- In 2016, as part of Warsaw Types, he designed the vintage technical typeface Cyrulik and writes: Cyrulik is inspired by technical stencil lettering found on electrical and mechanical devices in Warsaw, and a prewar headline display font---Cyklop---used in a newspaper called Cyrulik Warszawski. The font design combines a strong and sturdy form with delicate and modern details, reflecting the contemporary character of Warsaw. Cyrulik comies in Rounded, Sharp and Stencil styles and is free.
- In 2017, at The Designers Foundry, he published the display typeface Solenizant, which covers Latin, Greek and Cyrillic.
- Obibok (2018): Obibok (2018). Obibok is a Polish word describing a lazy person. It is a modern sans serif typeface family consisting of five styles (Light, Regular, Bold, Black and Inversed). This fine geometric typeface was extended and modified in 2020 as Obibok Sans.
- Maruder (The Designers Foundry). A reverse contrast typeface, 2018-2019.
- Prostak. A plain geometric sans.
- Nieuk. An experimental modular typeface.
- Krayewski: Krayewski is a display typeface based on sketch lettering of Andre de Krayewski from his book cover "Moje Okladki" (2014). Andrzej Krajewski (b. Poland) was an outstanding illustrator and designer who developed his own style mixing art-deco and pop art, and was trained at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw under the supervision of Wojciech Fangor and Henryk Tomaszewski. Krayewski is unicased. It consists of Latin, Cyrillic and Greek scripts. It was released at Laic in 2019.
- Retor (2018-2019). A 6-style text typeface family.
- Rygor (2018). An art nouveau typeface based on lettering by illustrator and publisher Ignacy Chodorowicz.
- Wiwat (2019). A contemporary sans inspired by deco. In six weights.
- Nielot (2019). Nielot (Polish for flightless) is a plain, geometrical typeface. It was inspired by posters created by designers representing Russian Constructivism.
- Figura (2019). A nearly monolinear contemporary interpretation of a grotesque typeface.
- Eksces (2019). A squarish display family.
- Ozzy (2019, Laic). Described as calligraphic funk, this typeface by Brody Neuenschwander and Maciej Polczynski cannot be properly classified. Several versions were released between 2029 and 2022, numbered Ozzy I through Ozyy VIII.
- Figiel (2020). A stylish wide monoline sans typeface family inspired by art deco streamline architecture.
- Elektyk (2020, +Stencil). A quirky exaggerated display typeface.
- Hybrida (2020). The slab version of Eklektyk, daring, in-your-face, and dystopian.
- Pion or Pionek (2020). A condensed all caps headline sans.
- Monter (2021). An octagonal typeface that refers to mechanical items such as nuts and bolts.
- Iskry (2022). A sparling display serif.
- Fason (2022). A hipsterish condensed sans family.
- Awaria (2022). Emulating old pixel fonts.
- Blef (2022). A triagular cutout typeface family.
- Kommune Stencil (2022) and Kommune Display (2022).
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The Polish type scene ⦿
Cyrillic type design ⦿
Commercial fonts (small outfits) ⦿
Art deco typefaces ⦿
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Art Nouveau typefaces ⦿
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Calligraphic typefaces ⦿
Dystopian typefaces ⦿
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Hipster fonts ⦿
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Cutout or paper-cut typefaces ⦿
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