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Graphic and sound designer in Skopje, Macedonia. In 2014, he created the free squarish typeface Desonanz for Latin, Greek, Coptic and Cyrillic. The orginal design of Desonanz dates back to 2010. [Google]
Struga, Macedonia-based creator of the free Latin and Cyrillic sans typeface Aspect (2015). [Google]
Macedonian designer of Easy Hand (2010). [Google]
Macedonian FontStructor who made Zlatkovi Kocki (2012): The base for this font is the macedonian alphabet. For every macedonian letter there is a new (square) letter. [Google]
Professor of graphic design at IT Academy Alexandria in Skopje, Macedonia. In 2010, he created the geometric typeface Ravan Sans. [Google]
Skopje, Macedonia-based designer of the Latin / Cyrillic anthroposophic typeface Ego (2013). [Google]
Type designer from Stip, Macedonia. Creator of the techno typeface Puls 2012 (2012). That typeface seems to have been made with FontStruct. [Google]
Macedonian designer of these Macedonian (Cyrillic) fonts: Pulshelvetika7, Pulshelvetika7Bold, Pulshelvetika7BoldItalic, Pulshelvetika7Italic. [Google]
Skopje, Macedonia-based designer of the Latin / Cyrillic typeface Hoi (2014). [Google]
The Macedonian-Tms family is here and here. [Google]
The Macedonian Cyrillic font family MAC C Swiss (truetype for PC). Alternate URL for the same fonts. [Google]
At Typeclinic 2015, Macedonian designer Marija Veteroska created the didone book typeface Basna (2015). [Google]
Marijanco Galevski (Inventif (or Inventiv) Systems, Skopje) made Macedonian-Ancient, Macedonian-Ariston, Macedonian-Bahamas, Macedonian-Becker, Macedonian-Cupertino, Macedonian-Eco-Condensed-60, Macedonian-Eco-Condensed-70, Macedonian-Handwriting, Macedonian-Helv-Bold-Italic, Macedonian-Helv-Bold, Macedonian-Helv-Italic, Macedonian-Helv, Macedonian-Penguin, Macedonian-Tms-Bold-Italic, Macedonian-Tms-Bold, Macedonian-Tms-Italic, Macedonian-Tms, and Macedonian-Unicorn, all dated 1993. [Google]
During her studies in Skopje, Macedonia, Meri Filipovska designed the needle-and-thread typeface Cyrillic Thread (2013). [Google]
Macedonian site with two families, Macedonian Times and Macedonian Helvetica, by Marijanco Galevski of Inventif Systems, 1993. Plus AachenKIRLight. Truetype. [Google]
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Vasil Gligorov from Skopje, Macedonia, has a 16MB file with almost 300 truetype fonts that represent 30 ancient scripts: Luwian, Ugaritic, Aramaic, Runic, Syriac, Glagolitic, OCS Cyrillic, Persian Cuneiform, Egyptian Hieroglyphs, Demotic, Linear A (Complex signs), Linear B, Proto-Greek, Ancient and Medieval Greek, Ancient and Medieval Latin, Gothic, Etruscan, Oscan, Phoenician, Galilean, Celto-Iberian, Coptic, Meroitic, Cypriot, Vina, Ancient Hebrew, Samaritan, Sanskrit, Ugaritic, Manichean, Ogham, Umbrian, Asomtavruli Mrglovani, Siloam type-Inscription. Alternate URL. [Google]
Tipokujna (Typo Kitchen) is a workshop organized in 2013 by Macedonian type designer Lasko Dzurovski and Creative Exchange. The typefaces made during this workshop can be freely downloaded:
- Cover (Nebojsa Geleski, Goce Veleski, Anke Klein, Vlatko Ristov). A strong-willed sans typeface.
- Topola (Milan Stojanov, Anastasia Manasievska Georgi night, Elena Gjorgjievska). A thin sans display typeface.
- Banana (Vanja Stork). A Cyrillic-only hand-drawn typeface.
- Tube (Sanja Spasovska). A gaspipe sans.
- Constellation (Martin Kovachki). A connect-the-dots typeface.
- Kenzo Tange Light & Slab (Mary Veterovska, Irma Velkoska, Igor Delov, Iko Ilievski). A great geometric slab and sans pair.
- Skorid (Lasko Dzurovski). A heavy octagonal / mechanical typeface that can stop a Russian tank.
- Mountain (Isaac Vishnjikj). A sans typeface.
- Bipolar (Mickey Stefanovski). A thin geometric avant-garde sans in which condensed and wide letters can be mixed for dramatic effects.
- Karmakasha (Alexander Peshevski). A rounded sans.
- Apron (Alexandra Noveska). A hand-printed typeface.
- Hoi (Costa Lazarevski).
Behance link. [Google]
Macedonian codesigner with Lasko Dzurovski of Sanos (2001, a fat elliptical typeface done at T-26) and Isidium (T-26, 2001). He also created the Latin / Cyrillic typefaces Argena (2012) and Clone Round (2012). [Google]
Based in Skopje, Lasko and Tomi Dzurovski are the designers of Tomidium (T-26, 2001), Isidium (T-26, 2001), and Sanos (2001, a fat elliptical typeface done at T-26).
They are in Skopje, Macedonia and run Totem Design. One of their fonts is TF Bista (2009). They are working on Revolt (2009).
The Macedonian Government has licensed (for free download by the general public) Stobi Sans and Stobi Serif, which were created by Lasko Dzurovski in 2009.
In 2011, Lasko designed the TF Debel display family, in Solid, Open, Script and Glow styles.
Lasco (2013) is a free comic book / cartoon font. Advertized as better than Comic Sans.
Skola Sans (2009) is a free 20-style sans family.
Mamut (2015)---not to be confused with Francesco Loschiavo's mamut from 2012) is a headline and logo unicase typeface.
Klingspor link. Behance link. [Google]
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Graphic designer in Skopje, Macedonia. He created an untitled geometric Cyrillic typeface in 2013. His work has an old Soviet era theme, and includes several constructivist items. Still in 2013, he also designed a minimalist Cyrillic typeface. [Google]
Designer of the Cyrillic font C_Arabia (1993). He resides in Skopje, Macedonia. [Google]