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Abu Paka (Center for Cham Studies) fights for the conservation of the Cham language, which is spoken by about 100,000 people in Vietnam, and 200,000 in Cambodia. In 2012, he created a free font for Cham called CJM KH 001.
Password access only. At one point, one could find here a zip file which contained a huge number of Vietnamese fonts by VNI: VNI-Vari, VNI-Allegie, VNI-Aptima-Bold, VNI-Aptima-Bold-Italic, VNI-Aptima-Italic, VNI-Aptima, VNI-Ariston, VNI-Auchon-Bold, VNI-Avo-Bold, VNI-Avo-Bold-Italic, VNI-Avo-Italic, VNI-Avo, VNI-Aztek, VNI-Bandit, VNI-Bodon, VNI-Bodon-Bold, VNI-Bodon-Bold-Italic, VNI-Bodon-Italic, VNI-Bodon-Poster, VNI-Book-Bold, VNI-Book-Bold-Italic, VNI-Book-Italic, VNI-Book, VNI-Broad, VNI-Brush-Italic, VNI-Centur-Bold, VNI-Centur-Bold-Italic, VNI-Centur-Italic, VNI-Centur, VNI-Commerce-Bold-Italic, VNI-Cooper-Heavy, VNI-Coronet-Bold-Italic, VNI-Couri, VNI-Couri-Bold, VNI-Couri-Bold-Italic, VNI-Couri-Italic, VNI-Dom, VNI-Duff, VNI-Dur, VNI-Fato, VNI-Franko, VNI-Free, GatineauBold, GatineauBoldItalic, GatineauItalic, VNI-Garam, VNI-Goudy-Bold, VNI-Goudy-Italic, VNI-Goudy, VNI-Helve-Condense-Bold, VNI-Helve-Condense-Bold-Italic, VNI-Helve-Condense-Italic, VNI-Helve-Condense, VNI-Helve-Bold, VNI-Helve-Bold-Italic, VNI-Helve-Italic, VNI-Helve, VNI-Hobo, Vinhan, VNI-Jamai, VNI-Juni, VNI-Korin, VNI-Korin-Bold, VNI-Korin-Italic, VNI-Kun-Bold, VNI-Kun-Bold-Italic, VNI-Kun, LinusPlain, VNI-Lithos, VNI-Maria, VNI-Meli-Bold, VNI-Meli-Bold-Italic, VNI-Meli-Italic, VNI-Meli, VNI-Murray-Bold, VNI-Murray, VogueBold, VoguePlain, VNI-Palatin-Bold-Italic, VNI-Palatin-Italic, VNI-Palatin-Bold, VNI-Palatin, VNI-Park, VNI-Present, VNI-Revue-Bold, VNI-Script-Italic, VNI-Silver, VNI-Slogan, VNI-Souvir-Bold, VNI-Souvir-Bold-Italic, VNI-Swiss-Condense-Bold, VNI-Swiss-Condense, VNI-Tekon-Italic, VNI-Tekon, VNI-Times-Bold, VNI-Times-Bold-Italic, VNI-Times-Italic, VNI-Times, VNI-Top, VNI-Tubes, VNI-Univer, ViviennePlain, VNI-Zap. [Google] [More] ⦿
Andrey V. Panov
ARTypes is based in Chicago, and is run by Ari Rafaeli. UK-based pre-press production specialist who has made type 1 font revivals in 2006-2007, listed below. I am confused as this outfit seems to have grown out of Angus R. Shamal's ARS Type in Amsterdam. Who is who and what is what? List of typefaces categorized by revival type:
Free Lao and Vietnamese fonts: Alice0-Lao-Normal, Alice1-Lao-Normal, Alice2-Lao-Normal, Alice3-Lao-Normal, Alice4-Lao-Normal, Alice5-Lao-Normal, Heo-May-1.1, Heo-May-Hoa-1.1, HoangYen-1.1, HoangYenH-1.1, MinhQuan-1.1, MinhQuanH-1.1, PhuongThao-1.1, PhuongThaoH-1.1, ThaHuong-1.1, ThaHuongH-1.1, UHoài-1.1, UHoàiH-1.1, alice_0-Medium, alice_1-Medium, alice_2-Medium, alice_3-Medium, alice_4-Medium, alice_5-Medium, alice_6-Medium, alice_7-Medium, ÁnhMinh-1.1, ÁnhMinhH-1.1. [Google] [More] ⦿
Association for Insight Meditation (or: Aimwell)
On this site dedicated to Pali fonts, we find Bhikkhu Pesala's free fonts: Akkhara, Cankama (2009, blackletter), Carita (2006, all caps roman), Garava (2006), Guru (2008: made for Buddhist publications, it is a rather complete Latin, Greek and symbol font), Hattha (2007, felt marker face), Kabala (2009, after Kabel...), Lekhana (2008, in Zapf Chancery style), Mandala (2007, geometric sans), Odana (2006), Pali, Talapatta, Talapanna (2007), Veluvana (2006), Verajja (2006), Yolanda (2008, calligraphic). The Pali fonts all have over 1400 Latin characters with diacritics including those needed for Sanskrit and Pali transcriptions. They cover Latin, Vietnamese, chess symbols, and astrological signs, and are based on Zapf's Palatino. Bhikkhu Pesala is a Buddhist monk in London. [Google] [More] ⦿
From Bitstream's web page: "Bitstream Cyberbit is our award-winning international font. Based on one of our most popular and readable type designs (Dutch 801 BT [note: Bitstream's version of Times and Times New Roman]), it includes all the typographic characters for most of the world's major languages. Cyberbit is now available! The product release includes the roman weight of Dutch 801 BT, a "serif" font. (A serif font has small finishing strokes at the end of the main stems, arms, and tails of characters, while a sanserif font does not.) The font is in TrueType format for Windows 95 and Windows NT. Future releases will provide support for "sanserif" typefaces, other platforms, other font formats, and even more languages. Bitstream Cyberbit is a work in progress. Bitstream is now distributing the roman weight of Cyberbit, free of charge, over the Internet! Remember, this release is in TrueType format for Windows 95 and Windows NT". --- Well, Bitstream no longer offers the font. It is still out there however. Try here, here, here, or here. Has these unicode ranges: Basic Latin, Latin-1 Supplement, Latin Extended-A, Latin Extended-B, Spacing Modifier Letters, Greek, Cyrillic, Hebrew Extended (A and B blocks combined), Thai, Latin Extended Additional, General Punctuation, Currency Symbols, Letterlike Symbols, Number Forms, Arrows, Mathematical Operators, Miscellaneous Technical, Box Drawing, Block Elements, Geometric Shapes, Miscellaneous Dingbats, Alphabetic Presentation Forms, Combining Diacritical Marks, Enclosed Alphanumerics, Arabic, Arabic Presentation Forms-A and -B, CJK (Chinese, Japanese, Korean) Symbols and Punctuation, Hiragana, Katakana, Bopomofo, Hangul Compatibility Jamo, Enclosed CJK Letters and Months, CJK Compatibility, Hangul, CJK Unified Ideographs, CJK Compatibility Ideographs, CJK Compatibility Forms, Small Form Variants, and Halfwidth and Fullwidth Forms. [Google] [More] ⦿
Three free Vietnamese truetype fonts from the Trichlor Group, called the VISCII fonts: U-Hoai 1.1 (by Cuong Bui), VI Chi Toan and VI Chi Toan Hoa (the latter two by Tuan-Loc Nguyen). [Google] [More] ⦿
Truetype download: CourierNewPSMT (East-European font by Monotype), HellasCour (Greek font by Pouliadis Associates, 1992), VPS-Courier-Hoa (VPS font: Vietnamese), VPS-Courier (VPS font: Vietnamese). [Google] [More] ⦿
Center for Khmer Studies (or: CKS)
Creators in 1999-2001 of the free Khmer fonts cks-chrieng and CKS-Moul, as well as CKS Chhor. He also created the KhmerOS (Khmer OpenSource) font, first released as a free download for MS Windows and Office users in 2003. Designer Danh Hong was born in 1972 in Kampuchea Krom (in South Vietnam). In 2002, he moved to Cambodia as a webmaster and graphic designer. Download here. He contributed the Khmer fonts Khmer OS (2004) and Hanuman (2010) to the Open Font Library in 2010. [Google] [More] ⦿
The Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Northern Illinois University, carries Thai, Vietnames, Burmese and Khmer fonts. Fonts include DBThaiText, IPA_One, MyanTTF, ThaiEng2, ThaiTTF1, VNI-Times. The Khmer fonts are Khmer1 and Khmer2. [Google] [More] ⦿
Computer Modern Unicode fonts
Andrey V. Panov developed Computer Modern Unicode fonts in 2003-2007 by conversions from metafont sources using textrace and fontforge (former pfaedit). He wanted to create free good quality fonts for use in X applications that support many languages. Currently the fonts contain glyphs from Latin1 (Metafont ec, tc), Cyrillic (la, rx) and Greek (cbgreek) code sets. There are 33 fonts in the family: CMUClassicalSerif-Italic, CMUSansSerif-Bold, CMUSansSerif-BoldOblique, CMUSansSerif-Demi-Condensed, CMUSansSerif-Oblique, CMUSansSerif, CMUSerif-Bold-Nonextended, CMUSerif-Bold-Slanted, CMUSerif-Bold, CMUSerif-BoldItalic, CMUSerif-Italic, CMUSerif-Roman-Slanted, CMUSerif-Roman, CMUSerif-Unslanted-Italic, CMUTypewriter-Bold, CMUTypewriter-BoldItalic, CMUTypewriter-Italic, CMUTypewriter-Oblique, CMUTypewriter-Regular, CMUTypewriterVariable-Italic, CMUTypewriterVariable. The fonts come in type 1, OpenType and SFD, the universal spline format used by FontForge. The CMU Bright subfamily was added some time later in 2007.
In 2008, he made Heuristica (or Evristika), a serif family that extends Adobe's Utopia. Download site.
James Do, Vice-President of the Vietnamese Nom Preservation Foundation, writes about efforts towards the computerization of these scripts:
Free Vietnamese fonts by Phan Dinh: LamSonByThPhanDinh, PDTTrungVuongBook, CuuLongGiangByPhanDinh, HaiNhiByThPhanDinh, HaiNhiXLByThPhanDinh, THVUHByPhanDinh, VienKhucByThinPhanDinh, The-Vu-B. Alternate URL. [Google] [More] ⦿
Vietnamese font designer who "created" [ahem, clearing throat] HoangYen, UHoai, PhuongThao11 (1992, brush), and VU Anh Minh (1992). See also here. Some of his fonts say VISCII 1992 - PhuocHung - VietUnicode2002 Phan2004. [Google] [More] ⦿
Organized font archive. Many subcategories including Party fonts, Holiday fonts, Balloons, Halloween, Christmas, screen fonts, phonetic fonts, African, Balinese, Bengali, Burmese, Cambodian, Croata-glagolitic, Cyrillic, Ethiopic, Georgian, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Hmong, Japanese, Javanese, Khmer, Lao, Malayan, Nepali, Nko, runes, Tamil, Vietnamese. [Google] [More] ⦿
His fonts have perfect rhythm, and were published by FontShop in the FontFont collection.
Electronic Font Foundry
The Electronic Font Foundry (EFF) in Ascot, Berkshire, UK, sells most classical fonts at about 15 dollars per weight, and makes custom fonts. Established in 1984, the foundry had 1300 fonts by 2012.
The font designer is Edward Detyna.
On July 4, 2002, Apostrophe wrote this: I'm currently having a difficult time trying to predict the past of EFF LondonA, EFF Liz, EFF Eric and EFF Formal, to name a few. I have a feeling that these folks just happen to be twins with entities that are currently across the Atlantic from them, namely Adobe Garamond, Cooper Black, Gill Sans and Copperplate Gothic. A friend of Detyna's writes this: When I met him at least twenty years ago, Edward and his associates had a font design studio based in Ascot, near London. He is a mathematician/statistician turned typographer, and was really on top of type design at the time. There are academic articles published on mathematical subjects on the internet. He's an old man now, but still a very smart guy. When he started, with fonts for Acorn RISC-OS (now defunct, but leading-edge British computer of mid-eighties to -nineties), he had very advanced and sophisticated algorithms for anti-aliasing and hinting, and his hand-hinting is still better than almost any other fonts I have used for screen work. He still sells fonts and adapts to user requirements promptly. I recently asked him to adjust the hinting on a font and he turns it around in a day.
Closed captioning fonts for TV, made according to the EIA 708-B specifications, include EFF Sans Serif CC, EFF Serif CC, EFF Sans Serif Mono CC, EFF Serif Mono CC, EFF Casual CC, EFF Script CC, EFF Small Caps CC.
EFF also has fonts for Vietnamese, Greek, Hebrew, and Cyrillic.
EFF Primary is a large family of educational fonts.
Vietnamese youngster (b. 1992) who created the grunge faces Decemberice (2007, nice!), Cutter (2007), La Hotel Viver (2007), Morphina (2007) and pulsesans (2006). He also made the tree-themed Route 3 (2007). Home page. [Google] [More] ⦿
Vietnamese Unicode font archive: Aachen-Bold, AGOldFace-Outline, Algerian, Allegie-Italic, Amazone, AmericanUnc, Amherst, Arabia, Architecture, Arial-Rounded, Ariston-Italic, Arrus-Black, Arrus, AvantGarde, AvantGarde-Demi, Aztek, Bandit-BoldItalic, BankGothic-Medium, Barmeno-ExtraBold, Bauhaus-Heavy-Bold, Bauhaus-Light, Bauhaus-Medium, Bedrock, Bellevue-Italic, Benguiat, BertholdScript-Italic, Bodoni-BoldCondensed-Bold, Bodoni, Bodoni-ExtraBold-Bold, Bodoni-PosterCompressed-Bold, Bookman, Bookman-Demi, Boton, Boulevard-Italic, Braggadocio, Broad-Bold, BrushScript-BoldItalic, Casablanca, CasperOpenFace, CenturionOld, Chaucer, Chelthm, Clarendon-Bold, ClearfaceGothic, Colonna, Commerce-Condensed-Bold, Commerce, CommercialScript, Compacta, Cooper-Bold, CopperplateGothic, Corporate, Corsiva, Countdown, Courier, Dauphin, Desdemona, Digital, DomCasual, Dur, Elephant, ErasContour-Bold, Erie-Black, Exotic-Bold, FetteFraktur-Bold, Fillmore, FrankfurtGothic-Bold, Frankfurter-Bold, Freeform-Italic, Freehand-Italic, FreeStyle, Frutiger-Light, Frutiger, Fujiyama-LightCondensed, Fujiyama, Futura-Bold, Futura-Black-Bold, Galleria, Garamond, Gatineau, GeoSlab703-Condensed, GeoSlab703-Extra, GeoSlab703-Light, GeoSlab703-Medium, GillSans-Condensed, GillSans, GoudyOld, GoudyText, Harpoon, Harrington, Helvetica-Compressed, Helvetica-Narrow, Hobo, Imago-ExtraBold, Impact, Isadora, Jamai, Joanna, Jupiter, Kaufmann, Kids, Korinna, KunMedium-Italic, LatinWide, LinoScript, Linotext, Lithograph-Bold, LucidaHandwriting, Lydian-Italic, Memorandum, Murray, Mystical, Nebraska-Italic, NewCentury-Narrow, NewsGothic, Nueva, Nueva-BoldExtended, NuptialScript-Italic, OfficinaSerif, OfficinaSans, Onyx, Optima, Oranda, Palatino, ParkAvenue, Pepita, Perpetua, PostAntiqua-Bold, President, Revue-Bold, Rockwell-ExtraBold-Bold, RussellSquare, SalinaDisplay, SansSerif, Scribble, Script-Italic, SerpentineSans-Light, Serpentine-Bold, SerpentineSans, ShelleyAllegro-Italic, Signature-Light-Italic, Slogan, Snell, Souvenir, Staccato, Standout, Stencil-Bold, Stop, SwitzerlandCondensed, Switzerland, Tekton, Tiffany-Heavy-Bold, Tiffany, Times-Narrow, Times, Tubes, Umbra, University, Utopia, Viva, Viva-BoldExtraExtended, Vivienne, Vogue-ExtraBold, Walbaum, Windsor-Bold, WoodType-Demi, ZapfChancery-Medium-Italic. All copyright strings have been erased. [Google] [More] ⦿
"Quality-crafted multiple language fonts." Based in New York and run by Mark Seldowitz, they sell Arabic, Russian, Greek, Vietnamese, Hebrew, Baltic and Central European faces. Mark sold the Hebrew fonts made by his brother Israel Seldowitz, who studied in Israel with Henry Friedlaender, the creator of the Hadassah typeface. [Google] [More] ⦿
Spanish language site for various non-Latin language fonts. A sampling: Afus Deg Wfus 2 (for Berber), AlKatib1 (2001, an Arabic face by Naseem Amjad), Albanian, Alice_0 (Lao face by by Ngakham Southichack), LAOMAY_5 CHAREUNSILP (Lao face by by Soupasith Bouahom), Arial AMU (1999, Armenian face by Ruben Tarumian), BaltFrutigerLight, BaltHelveticaMedium, BaltNewCenturySchoolbookMedium, BaltOptimaMedium, BaltTiffanyMedium, BaltUniversityMedium, CarloAtor (1997, Arabic family by Timm Erickson, Summer Institute of Linguistics), Caligraf-W, Ciula (1996, a Romanian face by Paul Hodor), Cursiv (Romanian), AnlongvillKhek, GabrialAtor (another Arab family by Timm Erickson), Gin, Greek (1993, by Peter J. Gentry&Andrew M. Fountain), HandSign (1993, Sam Wang), HFMassisShantNUnicode (1990-1994, an Armenian unicode face by BYTEC Computers and Massis Graphics), HONGKAD (1994, a family by Dr. Hongkad Souvannavong), IsmarBold, IsmarLight, Lakshmi, X000000A (1994, a lao face by Sith Bouahom), LAOMAY_2-CHAREUNSILP, Alice3Medium, Alice0Medium, Langagedessignes (1998, by Philippe and François Blondel), NorKirk (1997, a great Armenian face by Ruben Tarumian), NovaTempo (for Esperanto), Pazmaveb (for Armenian), ILPRumanianB100 (1996, by Charles J. Coker), Saysettha-Lao, Saysettha-LaoBold, SenzorgaAnhok, Timok, Tribuno, Turn-W, TimesUnicode, ArialAMU, PoliceTypeAPI (for Armenian), Cieszyn-Regular, PoojaNormal, Shibolet (1995, Hebrew), Shree-Ass-0552 (2000, by Modular InfoTech), Tudor-Semi-Lite, Webdunia, TimesNRCzech, TNRLiboriusVII (2001, a fully accented Times face by Libor Sztemon), GreatMoravia (2001 Libor Sztemon, Czechia), Johaansi-ye-Peyravi (2001, a full accent blackletter face by Libor Sztemon, Czechia), TimesNREuskaraEuransiEsperanto (2001, Libor Sztemon). [Google] [More] ⦿
Jason Glavy, who lives in Yokohama, runs Glavy Fonts. He has created some free fonts: JGLepcha (2001, a West-African language font), JG Chantabouli and JG Sasettha (cleaned up and extended unicode vesions of Sasettha and Chantabouli fonts created by John Durdin), JGAksaraBali, JGBasicLao, JGChamVer2, JGChamCambodia, JGChamVN, JGChantabouliLao, JGHurufJawaSanskrit, JGLaoOldArial, JGLaoOldface, JGLaoTimes, JGSoyombo (Tibetan), WL-LatinIPATimes. He used to have a bunch of Japanese fonts on his web site, including his Jindaimoji series. He also created three fonts for Makassarese/Buginese. At some point, he was associated with Saronix Japan. His Hmong page had JGCwjmemFinalVersion, JGCwjmemSecondVersion, JGCwjmemThirdVersion, JGNaadaasFinalVersion, JGNaadaasSecondVersion, JGNaadaasThirdVersion, JGPahawhFinalVersion, JGPahawhSecondVersion, JGPahawhSourceVersion, JGPahawhThirdVersion, JGPuajTxwm, all made in 2002: of these, the Pahawh series is original, while Cwjmem and Naadaas are improvements of other fonts. West African fonts designed by him: JGBassaVahHandwriting, JGBassaVahPrint, JGBete, JGKpelleA, JGKpelleB, JGNKo, JGVaiA, JGVaiB, JGVaiC. These fonts are well researched, and are based on drawings and findings by Dalby, Dr. Welmer, and Jensen. Some of Glavy's fonts for other languages: JGBasicLao, JGChamCambodia (1998), JGChamVN (1998), JGChantabouliLao, JGHurufJawaSanskrit (2001), JGLaoOldArial, JGLaoOldface, JGLaoTimes, JG Lepcha (2001), JGSoyomb (2001). [Google] [More] ⦿
Chinese truetype fonts. And 20 MB worth of international bitmap fonts. The fonts at the latter link contain PCF and BDF sources, and some truetype and type 1 fonts. Among the bitmap (BDF) fonts: ISO8859 series 1 through 9 (Latin, Greek, Cyrillic), KOI8 (Cyrillic), Indic, Lao, Tibetan, Thai, Vietnamese, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Ethiopic, Arabic, IPA, Hebrew. Truetype: Latin-X fonts, Vietnamese (VISCII roman). Type 1: Latin-X fonts, Vietnamese (VISCII roman), Thai (TIS620), Thai National Font. The readme goes: "We greatly appreciate the contribution of Yannis Haralambous and Tereza Tranaka. They made free TrueType and Type1 fonts for Latin-X series, Thai, and Vietnamese. They will eventually make fonts for more character sets." The fonts are called OmegaSerif, and were made in 1999. Also included is the Thai National font Nf3, made by Yannis Haralambous and Virach Sornlertlamvanich in 1999. [Google] [More] ⦿
Vietnamese typographer and font expert who helped with the addition of many Vietnamese extensions of the Gyre Fonts in 2006. He also developed PDFTEX all by himself, together with the many tools needed for that software, such as ttf2afm. vnr are his Vietnamese extensions of the Computer Modern family. [Google] [More] ⦿
Han The Thanh
Vietnamese font archive. Has the VPS collection: VPS-An-Loc-Thuong, VPS-An-Loc-Hoa, VPS-An-Loc-Hoa-Lignt, VPS-An-Loc-Hoa-Medium, VPS-An-Loc-Light, VPS-An-Loc-Medium, VPS-An-Giang-Hoa, VPS-An-Giang-Thuong, VPS-An-Xuyen-Hoa, VPS-An-Xuyen-Thuong, VPS-Bac-Giang-Hoa, VPS-Bac-Kan, VPS-Bac-Kan-Hoa, VPS-Ba-Ria-Hoa, VPS-Ba-Ria-Thuong, VPS-Bien-Hoa-Hoa, VPS-Bien-Hoa, VPS-Binh-Duong-Hoa, VPS-Binh-Duong, VPS-Binh-Tuy, VPS-Binh-Tuy-Hoa, VPS-Binh-Long-Hoa, VPS-Bac-Lieu-Hoa, VPS-Binh-Long-Thuong, VPS-Bac-Ninh, VPS-Bac-Ninh-Hoa, VPS-Ben-Tre-Hoa, VPS-Ben-Tre-Thuong, VPS-Can-Tho-Hoa, VPS-Can-Tho-Thuong, VPS-Cao-Bang-Thuong, VPS-Cao-Bang-Hoa, VPS-Cu-Chi, VPS-Cu-Chi-Hoa, VPS-Chau-Doc-Hoa, VPS-Chau-Doc-Thuong, VPS-Cho-Lon-Hoa, VPS-Ca-Mau-Hoa, VPS-Ca-Mau-Thuong, VPS-Courier-Hoa, VPS-Courier, VPS-Con-Son, VPS-Con-Son-Bold, VPS-Con-Son-Hoa-Bold, VPS-Con-Son-Bold-Italic, VPS-Con-Son-Hoa-Bold-Italic, VPS-Con-Son-Hoa, VPS-Con-Son-Hoa-Italic, VPS-Con-Son-Italic, VPS-Da-Nang-Hoa, VPS-Dong-Dang-Thuong, VPS-Dong-Dang-Thuong, VPS-Dac-Lac, VPS-Dac-Lac-Hoa, VPS-Dong-Da, VPS-Dong-Da-Thuong, VPS-Dong-Ha-Hoa, VPS-Dong-Ha, VPS-Dong-Hoi-Hoa, VPS-Dong-Hoi-Thuong, VPS-Dong-Nai-Hoa, VPS-Dong-Nai-Thuong, VPS-Go-Cong-Hoa, VPS-Go-Cong-Thuong, VPS-Gia-Dinh-Hoa, VPS-Ha-Dong-Hoa, VPS-Ha-Dong, VPS-Ha-Long-Hoa, VPS-Ha-Long, VPS-Ha-Noi-Medium-Hoa-Italic, VPS-Hai-Ninh, VPS-Hai-Ninh-Hoa, VPS-Ha-Noi-Medium, VPS-Ha-Noi-Medium-Bold, VPS-Ha-Noi-Medium-Hoa, VPS-Ha-Noi-Medium-Italic, VPS-Hai-Phong-Hoa, VPS-Helv-Bold, VPS-Helv-Bold-Italic, VPS-Helv-Hoa-Bold, VPS-Helv-Hoa-Bold-Italic, VPS-Helv-Italic, VPS-Helv-Hoa-Italic, VPS-Helv, VPS-Helv-Hoa, VPS-Ha-Noi-Bold-Italic, VPS-Ha-Noi-Medium-Hoa-Bold, VPS-Ha-Noi-Medium-Hoa-Bold-Italic, VPS-Hoa-Binh-Hoa, VPS-Hoa-Binh-Thuong, VPS-Hoa-Lu-hoa, VPS-Hoa-Lu-Thuong, VPS-Hoang-Sa, VPS-Hoang-Sa-Hoa, VPS-Ha-Tien-Hoa, VPS-Ha-Tien-Thuong, VPS-Hue-Hoa, VPS-Hue-Thuong, VPS-Hung-Yen-Hoa, VPS-Hung-Yen-Thuong, VPS-Kien-An-Hoa, VPS-Kien-An-Thuong, VPS-Kien-Giang, VPS-Kien-Giang-Hoa, VPS-Khanh-Hoa-Hoa, VPS-Khanh-Hoa-Thuong, VPS-KheSanhHoa, VPS-Kontum-Hoa, VPS-Kontum-Thuong, VPS-Lai-Chau-Hoa, VPS-Lao-Kay-Hoa, VPS-Lao-Kay-Thuong, VPS-Long-An-Bold, VPS-Long-An-Hoa-Bold, VPS-Long-An, VPS-Long-An-hoa, VPS-Long-Hai-Hoa, VPS-Long-Hai-Thuong, VPS-Long-Binh-Hoa, VPS-Long-Binh-Thuong, VPS-Long-Khanh-Hoa, VPS-Long-Khanh-Thuong, VPS-Lang-Son, VPS-Lang-Son, VPS-Long-Xuyen-Hoa, VPS-Long-Xuyen-thuong, VPS-My-Tho-Hoa, VPS-My-Tho-Thuong, VPS-Nghe-An-Hoa, VPS-Nghe-An-thuong, VPS-Ninh-Binh-Hoa, VPS-Ninh-Binh-Thuong, VPS-Nam-Dinh-Hoa, VPS-Nam-Dinh-Thuong, VPS-Ninh-Thuan-Hoa, VPS-Pleiku-Bold-Italic-Hoa, VPS-Pleiku-Bold-Italic, VPS-Pleiku-Hoa, VPS-Pleiku-Hoa-Bold, VPS-Phu-Bon-Hoa, VPS-Phong-Dinh-Hoa, VPS-Phong-Dinh, VPS-Phu-Quoc-Hoa, VPS-Phuoc-Thanh-Hoa, VPS-Phu-Yen-Hoa, VPS-Phu-Yen-Thuong, VPS-Pleiku-Italic-Hoa, VPS-Pleiku-Italic, VPS-Phuoc-Long-Hoa, VPS-Pleiku, VPS-Pleiku-Bold, VPS-Phuoc-Thanh-Thuong, VPS-Quang-Duc, VPS-Quang-Duc-Bold, VPS-Quang-Duc-Bold-Italic, VPS-Quang-Duc-Hoa, VPS-Quang-Duc-Hoa-Bold, VPS-Quang-Duc-Hoa-Bold-Italic, VPS-Quang-Duc-Hoa-Italic, VPS-Quang-Duc-Italic, VPS-Quang-Ngai-Hoa, VPS-QuiNhonHoa, VPS-Qui-Nhon, VPS-Quang-Tri-Hoa, VPS-Quang-Tri-Thuong, VPS-Quang-Yen-Hoa, VPS-Sa-Dec, VPS-Sa-Dec-Hoa, VPS-Sai-Gon-hoa, VPS-Sai-Gon-Thuong, VPS-Son-La-Hoa, VPS-Son-Tay-Hoa, VPS-Son-Tay-Thuong, VPS-Soc-Trang-Hoa, VPS-Tay-Ninh-Hoa, VPS-Tay-Ninh-Thuong, VPS-Times-Bold, VPS-Times-Bold-Italic, VPS-Thu-Duc-Hoa, VPS-Thu-Duc-Hoa-Italic, VPS-Thu-Duc, VPS-Thu-Duc-Italic, VPS-Tuyen-Duc-Italic, VPS-Tuyen-Duc-Hoa-Italic, VPS-Times-Hoa-Bold, VPS-Times-Hoa-Bold-Italic, VPS-Thanh-Hoa-Hoa, VPS-Times-Hoa-Italic, VPS-Thai-Nguyen-Hoa, VPS-Thai-Nguyen-Thuong, VPS-Thanh-Hoa-Thuong, VPS-Times-Italic, VPS-Times, VPS-Times-Hoa, VPS-Truong-Sa-Light, VPS-Truong-Sa-Light-Hoa, VPS-Tuyen-Duc, VPS-Tuyen-Duc-Hoa, VPS-Tuyen-Quang-Hoa, VPS-Tuyen-Quang-Thuong, VPS-Tra-Vinh-Hoa, VPS-Vinh-Hoa, VPS-Vinh-Long-Hoa, VPS-Vinh-Long-Thuong, VPS-Vinh-Thuong, VPS-Vung-Tau, VPS-Vung-Tau-Bold, VPS-Vung-Tau-Hoa, VPS-Vung-Tau-Hoa-Bold, VPS-Vung-Tau-Hoa-Italic, VPS-Vung-Tau-Italic, VPS-Vinh-Yen-Hoa, VPS-Vinh-Yen-Thuong, VPS-Yen-Bai-Hoa, VPS-Helv-Bold, VPS-Helv-Bold-Italic, VPS-Helv-Hoa-Bold, VPS-Helv-Hoa-Bold-Italic, VPS-Helv-Italic, VPS-Helv-Hoa-Italic, VPS-Helv, VPS-Helv-Hoa, VPS-Times-Bold, VPS-Times-Bold-Italic, VPS-Times-Hoa-Bold, VPS-Times-Hoa-Bold-Italic, VPS-Times-Hoa-Italic, VPS-Times-Italic, VPS-Times, VPS-Times-Hoa. [Google] [More] ⦿
Graphic designer in Hanoi, b. 1980. He works as a lecturer at Omega School of Design, in a cooperative program with Wanganui University, NewZealand. Creator of Archy (2009), a display type influenced by Greek arches. [Google] [More] ⦿
A corporate URW studio sans family published in 2009. The 6-font family sells for over 5000 dollars and covers Turkish, Baltic, Romanian, Cyrillic, Greek, Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, Japanese, Korean, Thai, Arabic, and Hebrew. [Google] [More] ⦿
VU Trichlor (seven free Vietnamese Unicode fonts), VU Times and VU Arial are all by Ho Phuoc Hung, USA. The Trichlor fonts include VU Anh Minh (normal, bold, italic, bolditalic), VU Heo May (normal, bold, italic, bolditalic), VU Hoang Yen (normal, bold, italic, bolditalic), VU Minh Quan (normal, bold, italic, bolditalic), VU Phuong Thao (normal, bold, italic, bolditalic), VU Tha Huong (normal, bold, italic, bolditalic), VU U Hoai (normal, bold, italic, bolditalic). Download page. Also download the Vietnamese-compativble Unicode fonts Georgia-Ref, MS-Reference-Sans-Serif-Bold-Italic, MS-Reference-Sans-Serif-Bold, MS-Reference-Sans-Serif-Italic, MS-Reference-Sans-Serif, MS-Reference-Serif-Bold-Italic, MS-Reference-Serif-Bold, MS-Reference-Serif-Italic, MS-Reference-Serif, TITUS-Cyberbit-Basic, Thryomanes-Italic, Thryomanes-Normal. [Google] [More] ⦿
Hung Lan Art Design
Free fonts by Vietnamese cartoon artist Nguyen Hung Lan (b. 1956, HoChiMin City) include the brush and handwriting typefaces VNI-Comicbook, VNI-Matisse, VNI-BriquetNormal, VNI-Disney-Normal, VNI-Diudang, VNI-Nhatban, VNI-Baybuom-Normal, VNI-Truck, VNI-Yahoo, VNI-Thanhcao, VNI-Thufap2-Normal, VNI-Thufap3, VNI-Thufapfan-Normal, VNI-Viettay-Normal, VNI-Butlong, VNI-HLThuphap (Treefrog style face), VNI-Netbut, VNI-Thufap1, VNI-Whimsy, VNI-OngDoHL. These faces include some real beauties, such as VNI-HLThuphap, VNI-OngDoHL, VNI-Thufap1, VNI-Thufap2-Normal, and VNI-Thufapfan-Normal.
At the end of 2004, I found these downloadable faces: HLButlatre, HLButlong, HLBrush1BK, HLBrush2BK, HLBrush3BK, HLComicBoom, HLComic2, HLFantasy1, HLFantasy2, HLFantasy3, HLFreewrite, HLGiotmuc, HLHoamy, HLNhenhang, HLSlapstickComic, HLDongian, HLThanhcao, HLThuphap1BK, HLThuphap2BK, HLThuphap3BK, HLThuphap4BK, HLVungchac. Many are extensions and Vietnamizations of existing faces. His fonts are for dual use in Latin and Vietnamese.
Type connoisseurs on a private forum wrote: The 3 Brushes are Ruach, Smudger and Spring. MyFonts (WhatTheFont) didn't give me any match for the other scripts (Butlater, Butlong, Netbutlong and Netco). Nhenhang is Pristina and Thanhcao is Fontdinerdotcom. I didn't find matches for Dongian, Giotmuc and Vungchac. [...] Even Scriptina is in there.
Polish type designer in Grudziadz (Stycznia) involved in the restauration of historical Polish type designs. At GUST.org, he created fonts for Polish such as QuasiHelvetica, QuasiCourier, QuasiChancery, QuasiBookman, Antykwa Półtawskiego (based on work by Adam Półtawskiego (1923-1928), constructed by Bogusław Jackowski, Janusz M. Nowacki and Piotr Strzelczyk), Antykwa Toruńska (1995, based on work by Zygfryd Gardzielewski, electronic version by Janusz M. Nowacki). Alternate URL for the latter face.
He runs FOTO ALFA. At the latter page, you can find these fonts in which Nowacki participated: Antykwa Torunska, Antykwa Pótawskiego, Rodzina krojów PL, Rodzina fontów LM (Latin Modern), Quasi Palatino, Quasi Times, Quasi Bookman, Quasi Courier, Quasi Swiss, Quasi Chancery. The Quasi series are Polish versions of standard URW and Ghostscript fonts. The Rodzina series are Polish versions of the Computer Modern families.
In 2005, he placed these fonts on CTAN: Kurier and Iwona. Kurier is a two-element sans-serif typeface. It was designed for a diploma in typeface design by Malgorzata Budyta (1975) at the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts under the supervision of Roman Tomaszewski. The result was presented with other Polish typefaces at the ATypI conference in Warsaw in 1975. Kurier was intended for Linotype typesetting of newspapers and similar periodicals. The design goals included resistance to technological processes destructive to the letter shapes. As a result, amongst others, the typeface distinguishes itself through intra- and extra-letter white spaces as well as ink traps at cross-sections of some elements constituting the characters. The PostScript and OpenType family covers Latin, East-European languages, Cyrillic and Vietnamese. Iwona covers all of these too and is Nowacki's alternative to Kurier. Both sans font families have many useful mathematical symbols as well.
In 2006, Nowacki and Jackowski published free extensions of the Ghostscript fonts in their TeX Gyre Project: Adventor, Bonum, Cursor, Heros, Pagella, Termes, Schola, Chorus.
In 2008, two styles of Cyklop were published. This was a generalization and extension of a historical type.
He writes: The Cyclop typeface was designed in the 1920s at the workshop of Warsaw type foundry "Odlewnia Czcionek J. Idzkowski i S-ka". This sans serif typeface has a highly modulated stroke so it has high typographic contrast. The vertical stems are much heavier then horizontal ones. Most characters have thin rectangles as additional counters giving the unique shape of the characters. The lead types of Cyclop typeface were produced in slanted variant at sizes 8-48 pt. It was heavily used for heads in newspapers and accidents prints. Typesetters used Cyclop in the inter-war period, during the occupation in the w underground press. The typeface was used until the beginnings of the offset print and computer typesetting era. Nowadays it is hard to find the metal types of this typeface.
Dr. Ken Lunde is Manager of CJKV Type Development at Adobe Systems Incorporated, San Jose, CA. He holds a Ph.D. (1994) in Linguistics from The University of Wisconsin-Madison. He wrote Understanding Japanese Information Processing (O'Reilly&Associates, 1993), and CJKV Information Processing (O'Reilly&Associates, 1999). He also wrote CJKV Information Processing: Chinese, Japanese, Korean&Vietnamese Computing (O'Reilly). In 2010, Adobe will release the first genuinely proportional Japanese font, Kazuraki (by Japanese type designer Ryoko Nishizuka), which was developed at Adobe in 2009 under his management.
Québec City-based creator (b. 1952) of the octagonal font Vegesignes (2009, FontStruct). This font also appeared in 2010 at Open Font Library. It consists of almost 7,615 glyphs.As of 2014, 188 languages care covered, inclufing Afrikaans, Arabic, Archaic Greek Letters, Armenian, Baltic, Basic Cyrillic, Basic Greek, Basic Latin, Bengali, Catalan, Central European, Cherokee, Devanagari, Dutch, Euro, Farsi, Georgian, Gujarati, Hanunó'o, Hebrew, Igbo Onwu, IPA, Kannada, Kazakh, Lao, Malayalam, Myanmar, New Tai Lue, N'Ko, Ogham, Oriya, Pashto, Pinyin, Polytonic Greek, Romanian, Runic, Sindhi, Syriac, Tai Le, Tai Tham (Lanna), Telugu, Thaana, Thai, Tibetan, Turkish, Uighur, Unified Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics, Urdu, Vietnamese, Western European.
Typefaces from 2014: Seeds of Yesterday, Into The Wild, Erase Old Year, Can't Judge a Book by its Cover, Words are but wind, Quick Pick your Hat, Looking Forward to the week-end, Go Around The Books (+Arrows, +Symbols), HKH Cold Cactus, Mini Smile (smilies), Nunanunong, Long Clam, Trips of Darkness, 24Boughs Different Regular, 24 Bough Regular, Bikinny Demo, When You're Gone (brush face).
Senior designer in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Creator of two teardrop-themed all-caps vector format typefaces in 2013, Elegance and Lovers. In 2013, he created the curly serif caps typeface Romance, the decorative didone face Venus (2013), Floral Typeface (floral caps), and the ball terminal typeface Noble. He also created a set of icons for Octavian Back Office (2013). [Google] [More] ⦿
Europe's largest independent foreign language font developer for the Macintosh, which is directed by Sebastian Kempgen from Germany. Fonts include: Western Languages (CoreFont series), Eastern Europe (CE-Font series), Cyrillic (Professional series: RomanCyrillic Pro, Ladoga Pro etc. (text fonts); DEsign fonts: Faktor, Inessa Cyr etc. (headline, handwriting); Olliffe Fonts: Batumi, Schechtel, Russian Open (display type; example: Mashinka); Scientific Cyrillic (includes old orthography, accents, old characters); Old Church Slavonic (Cyrillic and Glagolitic, Square and Round); Non-Slavic Cyrillic: Roman CyrTurk, Ladoga CyrTurk), Greek (Modern Greek and Classical Greek (Agora and Parmenides)), Icelandic&Faeroese (PolarFont series), Irish&Welsh (Gaelic, Celtic in the CeltoFont series), Romanian (DacoFont series), Turkish (TurkoFont series), BalkanFont series (Hungarian, Romanian, Turkish, Azerbaijani, Maltese), Basque (BaskoFont series), Saami (SamoFont series), Georgian, Armenian, Coptic (such as the Pachomius font), Cuneiform, Sabean, SinoFont series for Vietnamese plus more or Chinese (Pinyin) transliteration, phonetic Fonts (Trubetzkoy&Phonetica), Transliteration Fonts. Some of its fonts (like Campus Ten/Twelve and Magister Book) are now sold through Agfa/Monotype. [Google] [More] ⦿
Polish type designer who, for her diploma thesis in typeface design at the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts under the supervision of Roman Tomaszewski, created Kurier (1975). In 2005, Janusz Marian Nowacki digitized the Kurier family, and added an alternative family, Iwona. Kurier was intended for Linotype typesetting of newspapers and similar periodicals. The design goals included resistance to technological processes destructive to the letter shapes. As a result, amongst others, the typeface distinguishes itself through intra- and extra-letter white spaces as well as ink traps at cross-sections of some elements constituting the characters. The PostScript and OpenType family covers Latin, East-European languages, Cyrillic and Vietnamese. Also, both sans families cover the most frequently used mathematical symbols. All type families are freely available from the CTAN archive. Alternate URL.
In their Global Type collection, URW++ has MAN (2012), a private corporate typeface family for the MAN company. There is a limited retail version for the volume at 7,500 Euros. It covers Turkish, Baltic, Romanian, Cyrillic, Greek, Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, Japanese, Korean, Thai, Vietnamese, Arabic, and Hebrew. [Google] [More] ⦿
Designer of a public domain Unicode font in 2005 called MPH 2B Damase. It can be found here. Created by Mark Williamson, it covers Armenian, Cherokee, Coptic (Bohairic subset), Cypriot Syllabary, Cyrillic (Russian and other Slavic languages), Deseret, Georgian (Asomtavruli and Nuskhuri but no Mkhedruli), Glagolitic, Gothic, Greek (including Coptic characters), Hebrew, Latin, Limbu, Linear B (partial coverage of ideograms and syllabary), Old Italic, Old Persian cuneiform, Osmanya, Phoenician, Shavian, Syloti Nagri (no conjuncts), Tai Le (no combining tone marks), Thaana, Tifinagh, Ugaritic, Vietnamese. See also here. The font is used by the popular Debian Linux software. Mark Williamson also designed a free fonts for Osmanya, Ugaritic and Shavian called Andagii (2003). His Penuturesu covers Linear B.
Mark contributed to the GNU Freefont project, which used these ranges:
Auburn, AL-based graduate student (b. 1985) who is working on an extension of the Berling family of fonts for other scripts, including Homeric Greek (polytonic), Golden Age Spanish, Old Church Slavonic, Anglo-Saxon, Vietnamese, and Armenian. See here. He also made the wonderful high-ascendered lively serif family Coruna (2007) and the accompanying Coruna Fraktur (2007). [Google] [More] ⦿
A corporate URW typeface family published in 2009. The 17-font family sells for nearly 10,000 Euros. There are sans, serif, semi-sans and semi-serif subfamilies. This family started out as a design for the Merck company. URW writes: URW++ is authorized by Merck KGaA to deliver the Merck corporate typeface family for a license fee to external users, i.e. Merck KGaA suppliers such as ad agencies, signmakers and the like. The Merck corporate typefaces are available in four different volumes with correspondingly multi lingual character encoding. All Merck Global Fonts contain approximately over 45,000 glyphs including the complete CJK glyph set (China, Japan and Korea). Besides all Latin, Greek, and Cyrillic glyphs as well as the complete CJK glyph set also cover Japanese Katakana and Hiragana plus Korean Hangual syllables. Furthermore they are supporting Thai and Arabic (including Farsi and Urdu) plus Hebrew and Vietnamese as well. [Google] [More] ⦿
Vietnam-born illustrator in Oxford, UK. Minh Chau drew an ornamental caps alphabet called Ballerina.
Monotype sells fonts for the following languages: Amharic, Aksara Kaganga, Arabic, Armenian, Balinese, Burmese, Cambodian, Chinese, Coptic, Devanagari (Hindi/Marathi/Nepali), Farsi, Georgian, Glagolitic, Gujerathi, Gurmukhi (Punjabi), Hebrew, Japanese, Javanese, Jawi, Kannada, Korean, Laotian, Lontarak, Malayalam, Old Bulgarian, Oriya, Pushto, Sindhi, Sinhalese, Surat Pustaha, Syriac, Tamil, Telugu, Thai, Urdu, Vietnamese. [Google] [More] ⦿
Vietnamese font archive: VnAachenItalic, VnAachenNormal, AltoPlain, AmherstItalic, AmherstPlain, AmyNormal, VnArabia2, ArchitecturePlain, VnAriston2Normal, AvalonBold, AvalonItalic, AvalonPlain, AvalonBoldItalic, BallroomTangoPlain, VnBarmeno2ExtraBold, BassoonBold, VnBauhausNormal, VnBauhausItalic, VnBauhausBold, VnBauhausBoldItalic, VnBellevue2, VnBenguiatItalic, VnBenguiatNormal, VnBenguiatBoldItalic, VnBenguiatBold, VnBlippo2Italic, VnBlippo2Normal, VnBodoniPosterCondensedNormal, VnBodoniBold2Bold, VnBodoniBold2BoldItalic, VnBodoniPosterCondensedItalic, VnBodoniBold2Bold, VnBodoniBold2BoldItalic, BrooklynBold, BrooklynItalic, Brooklyn, BrooklynBoldItalic, VnBrody, BanffPlain, VnCaslonItalic, VnCaslonBold, VnCaslonBoldItalic, VnCastellar2MT, VnCaslonNormal, CastanetPlain, ChalkPlain, VnClarendon2Normal, VnClarendon2Italic, VnCooper2Normal, VnCooper2Italic, CopperPotPlain, VnCoronet2Italic, VnCoronet2Normal, VnCour02Bold, VnCour02BoldItalic, VnCour02Normal, VnCour02Italic, CrescentPlain, DauphinPlain, Desdemona, Vn3D2Italic, Vn3D2Normal, VnDomCasual2Normal, VnDomCasual2Italic, Elephant-Italic, Elephant, EnvisionPlain, VnErieBlackNormal, VnErie2Normal, VnErieBlackBold, EuromodeBold, EuromodeItalic, EuromodePlain, EuromodeBoldItalic, VnExotic2Normal, VnFetteFraktur2Italic, VnFetteFraktur2Normal, FlorenceNormal, VnFreeStyle2Italic, VnFreeStyle2Normal, FranceBold, FrancePlain, VnFuturaCondensedNormal, VnFuturaCondensedItalic, VnFuturaCondensedBold, VnFuturaCondensedBoldItalic, FuturaBold, FuturaOblique, Futura, FuturaBold, GatineauBold, GatineauPlain, Geometric231BT-BoldC, Geometric231BT-LightC, Geometric231BT-RomanC, GoldenOldStyleBold, VnGoldenOldStyle-Italic, Harrington, VnHelvIns2Italic, VnHelvIns2Normal, VnHobo2Normal, VnHobo2Italic, KabanaBoldPlain, VnKaufmannNormal, VnKaufmannBold, KorinthiaItalic, LucidaBright-Italic, VnLetterGothic2Normal, LydianCursiveBT-Regular, VnMagnaCarta, VnNCentury2BoldItalic, VnNCentury2Italic, VnNCentury2Normal, VnNewsGothic2Normal, VnNuptialScript2, OttawaBold, OttawaPlain, OttawaBoldItalic, VnPalatino-Italic, VnParisianNormal, VnPostAntiquaNormal, VnPostAntiquaItalic, VnPresident2Normal, VnRevue2Italic, VnRevue2Normal, VnRockwell2Bold, VnScript2Normal, ShelleyAllegroBT-Regular, ShotgunBT-Regular, VnSouvenir-Italic, SouthernPSMT, VnSouvenir-BoldItalic, VnStencil2Normal, VnStencil2Italic, Stop, SwitzerlandBlackItalic, SwitzerlandBlackPlain, SwitzerlandNarrowBold, SwitzerlandNarrowItalic, SwitzerlandNarrowBoldItalic, SwitzerlandNarrowPlain, SwitzerlandBold, SwitzerlandItalic, VnSwitzerland, SwitzerlandBoldItalic, VnTektonItalic, VnTektonNormal, VNTickerTape, VnTifheavyBold, VnTiffanyNormal, VnTifheavyBoldItalic, VnTiffanyBoldItalic, VnTiffanyBold, VnTiffanyItalic, VnTimes28Bold, VnTimes2BoldItalic, VnTimes28BoldItalic, VnTimes2Italic, VnTimes28Italic, VnTimes2Normal, VnTimes28Normal, VnTimes2Bold, VnUncialNormal, VnUniversityRomanItalic, VnUniversityRomanNormal, VnVAGroundBold, VnVAGroundBoldItalic, VnVAGroundNormal, VnVAGroundItalic, ViviennePlain, VnWindsor2Italic, VnWindsor2Normal, VnZapfChanceryItalic. [Google] [More] ⦿
Vietnamese FTP archive: VnAlto, VnAmherst-Italic, VnAmherst, VnAmy, VnArchitecture, VnAvant-Garde-Bold, VnAvant-Garde-Bold-Italic, VnAvant-Garde-Italic, VnAvant-Garde, VnBallroomTango, VnBrush-Script, VnBassoon-Bold, VNI-Boston-Black-Regular, VnBookman, VnBookman-Bold, VnBookman-Bold-Italic, VnBookman-Italic, VnCastanet, VnChalk, VnCopperPot, VnCrescent, VnDauphin, VnDesdemona, VnElephant-Italic, VnElephant, VnEnvision, VnEuromode-Bold, VnEuromode-Bold-Italic, VnEuromode-Italic, VnEuromode, VNI-Fillmore-Regular, VnFlorence, VnFriz-Quadrata-Bold, VnFriz-Quadrata, VnFutura, VnFutura-Bold, VnFutura-Bold-Italic, VnFutura-Italic, VNI-Garam-Bold, VNI-Garam-Bold-Italic, VNI-Garam-Italic, VnGatineau, VnGeometric-231-Bold, VnGeometric-231-Light-BT, VnGeometric-231-BT, VNI-GlabXb, VnGoldenOldStyle-Bold, Hai-Nhi-by-Th.Phan-Dinh, VNI-Heather-Regular, VnKabanaBold, VnKorinthia-Italic, VNI-Linus, VnLucida-Bright-Italic, VnLydian-Cursive-BT, VnOptima-Bold, VnOptima-Bold-Italic, VnOptima, VNI-ShellaL, VnShelley-Allegro-BT, VnShotgun-BT, VnSouvenir, VnStop, VnSwitzerlandBlack-Italic, VnSwitzerlandBlack, VnSwitzerland-Bold, VnSwitzerland-Bold-Italic, VnSwitzerland-Italic, VnSwitzerlandNarrow-Bold, VnSwitzerlandNarrow-Bold-Italic, VnSwitzerlandNarrow-Italic, VnSwitzerlandNarrow, Thanhoa, VISCII-Sample-Font, VNI-StageCoach-Regular, VNI-Algerian, VNI-Allegie, VNI-Aptima-Bold-Italic, VNI-Aptima-Bold-Italic, VNI-Aptima-Bold, VNI-Aptima-Bold, VNI-Aptima-Italic, VNI-Aptima-Italic, VNI-Aptima, VNI-Aptima, VNI-Arial-Rounded, VNI-Ariston, VNI-Auchon-Bold, VNI-Auchon-Bold, VNI-Avo-Bold-Italic, VNI-Avo-Bold, VNI-Avo-Italic, VNI-Avo, VNI-Awchon-Bold, VNI-Aztek, VNI-Bandit, VNI-Bauhaus, VNI-Bazooka-Regular, VNI-Bodon-Bold-Italic, VNI-Bodon-Bold, VNI-Bodon-Italic, VNI-Bodon-Poster, VNI-Bodon, VNI-Book-Bold-Italic, VNI-Book-Bold, VNI-Book-Italic, VNI-Book, VNI-Bragga, VNI-Broad, VNI-Brush-Italic, VNI-Brush-Italic, VNI-Centur-Bold-Italic, VNI-Centur-Bold-Italic, VNI-Centur-Bold, VNI-Centur-Bold, VNI-Centur-Italic, VNI-Centur-Italic, VNI-Centur, VNI-Centur, VNI-Chaucer-Regular, VNI-Colonna, VNI-Commerce-Bold-Italic, VNI-Cooper-Heavy, VNI-Cooper-Heavy, VNI-Coronet-Bold-Italic, VNI-Couri-Bold-Italic, VNI-Couri-Bold, VNI-Couri-Bold, VNI-Couri-Italic, VNI-Couri-Italic, VNI-Couri, VNI-Couri, VNI-DesdemonaU, VNI-Dom, VNI-Duff, VNI-Dur, VNI-Fato, VNI-Franko, VNI-Free, VNI-Garam, VNI-Goudy-Bold, VNI-Goudy-Italic, VNI-Goudy, VNI-Helve-Bold-Italic, VNI-Helve-Bold-Italic, VNI-Helve-Bold, VNI-Helve-Bold, VNI-Helve-Condense-Bold-Italic, VNI-Helve-Condense-Bold-Italic, VNI-Helve-Condense-Bold, VNI-Helve-Condense-Bold, VNI-Helve-Condense-Italic, VNI-Helve-Condense-Italic, VNI-Helve-Condense, VNI-Helve-Condense, VNI-Helve-Italic, VNI-Helve-Italic, VNI-Helve, VNI-Helve, VNI-Hobo, VNI-Jamai, VNI-Juni, VNI-Korin-Bold, VNI-Korin-Italic, VNI-Korin, VNI-Kun-Bold-Italic, VNI-Kun-Bold, VNI-Kun, VNI-Lithos-Bold, VNI-Lithos, VNI-Lydi, VNI-Maria, VNI-Maria, VNI-Meli-Bold-Italic, VNI-Meli-Bold, VNI-Meli-Italic, VNI-Meli, VNI-Murray-Bold, VNI-Murray, VNI-Palatin-Bold-Italic, VNI-Palatin-Bold, VNI-Palatin-Italic, VNI-Palatin, VNI-Park, VNI-Present, VNI-Revue-Bold, VNI-Revue-Bold, VNI-Scribble-Regular, VNI-Script-Italic, VNI-Script-Italic, VNI-Shadow, VNI-Silver, VNI-Slogan, VNI-Souvir-Bold-Italic, VNI-Souvir-Bold, VNI-Standout-Regular, VNI-StencilU, VNI-Stylus-Regular, VNI-Swiss-Condense-Bold, VNI-Swiss-Condense, VNI-Tekon-Italic, VNI-Tekon, VNI-Tekon, VNI-Times-Bold-Italic, VNI-Times-Bold, VNI-Times-Italic, VNI-Times-Italic, VN-NTimes, VNI-Top, VNI-Tubes, VNI-Univer, VNI-Vari, VNI-Wide-Latin, VNI-Zap, VNI-Harrington, VNTicker-Tape, VNtimes-new-roman, VPS-Ha-Noi-Medium-Hoa-Italic, VnVivienne, VNI-Vivi, Vn3D2-Italic, Vn3D2-Normal, Vn3DH-Normal, VnAachen-Italic, VnAachen-Normal, VnArabia2, VnArabiaH, VnArial, VnArial-Bold, VnArial-Bold-Italic, VnArialH, VnArialH-Bold, VnArialH-Bold-Italic, VnArialH-Italic, VnArial-Italic, VnArial-Narrow, VnArial-Narrow-Bold, VnArial-NarrowH, VnArial-Narrow-Italic, VnAriston2-Normal, VnAristoteH-Medium, VnAristote-Medium, VnAvant, VnAvant-Bold, VnAvant-Bold-Italic, VnAvantH, VnAvantH-Bold, VnAvantH-Bold-Italic, VnAvantH-Italic, VnAvant-Italic, VnBahamasB-Bold, VnBahamasBH-Bold, VnBarmeno2-Extra-Bold, VnBauhaus-Bold, VnBauhaus-Bold-Italic, VnBauhaus-Italic, VnBauhaus-Normal, VnBellevue2, VnBenguiat-Bold, VnBenguiat-Bold-Italic, VnBenguiat-Italic, VnBenguiat-Normal, VnBlack, VnBlackH, VnBlippo2-Italic, VnBlippo2-Normal, VnBodoni, VnBodoniBold2-Bold, VnBodoniBold2-Bold, VnBodoniBold2-Bold-Italic, VnBodoniBold2-Bold-Italic, VnBodoniH, VnBodoni-Poster-Condensed-Italic, VnBodoni-Poster-Condensed-Normal, VnBook-Antiqua, VnBook-Antiqua-Bold, VnBook-AntiquaH, VnBrody, VnCaslon-Bold, VnCaslon-Bold-Italic, VnCaslon-Italic, VnCaslon-Normal, VnCastellar2-MT, VnCentury-Schoolbook, VnCentury-Schoolbook-Bold, VnCentury-Schoolbook-Bold-Italic, VnCentury-SchoolbookH, VnCentury-SchoolbookH-Bold, VnCentury-SchoolbookH-Bold-Italic, VnCentury-SchoolbookH-Italic, VnCentury-Schoolbook-Italic, VnClarendon2-Italic, VnClarendon2-Normal, VnClarendonH-Normal, VnClarendon-Normal, VnCommercial-ScriptH-Italic, VnCommercial-Script-Italic, VnCooper2-Italic, VnCooper2-Normal, VnCooperH, VnCooper-Medium, VnCoronet2-Italic, VnCoronet2-Normal, VnCour02-Bold, VnCour02-Bold-Italic, VnCour02-Italic, VnCour02-Normal, VnCourier-New, VnCourier-New-Bold, VnCourier-New-Bold-Italic, VnCourier-NewH, VnCourier-NewH-Bold, VnCourier-New-Italic, VnCourier-Normal, VnDomCasual2-Italic, VnDomCasual2-Normal, VnErie2-Normal, VnErieBlack-Bold, VnErieBlack-Normal, VnExotic2-Normal, VnExoticH-Normal, VnExotic-Normal, VnFetteFraktur2-Italic, VnFetteFraktur2-Normal, VnFreeH-Medium, VnFree-Medium, VnFreeStyle2-Italic, VnFreeStyle2-Normal, VnFutura-Condensed-Bold, VnFutura-Condensed-Bold-Italic, VnFutura-Condensed-Italic, VnFutura-Condensed-Normal, VnGoldenOldStyle-Italic, VnGothicH-Normal, VnGothic-Normal, VnHelvIns2-Italic, VnHelvIns2-Normal, VnHelvetInsH-Medium, VnHelvetIns-Medium, VnHobo2-Italic, VnHobo2-Normal, VnKaufmann-Bold, VnKaufmann-Normal, VnKoala, VnKoalaH, VnLetterGothic2-Normal, VnLincoln, VnLincolnH, VnLinus, VnLinusH, VnLucida-sans, VnMagnaCarta, VnMemorandum, VnMemorandumH, VnMonotype-corsivaH-Italic, VnMonotype-corsiva-Italic, VnMystical, VnMysticalH, VnNCentury2-Bold-Italic, VnNCentury2-Italic, VnNCentury2-Normal, VnNewsGothic2-Normal, VnNuptialScript2, VnPalatino-Italic, VnParisian-Normal, VnParkH-Medium, VnPark-Medium, VnPostAntiqua-Italic, VnPostAntiqua-Normal, VnPresentH-Medium, VnPresent-Medium, VnPresident2-Normal, VnRevue2-Italic, VnRevue2-Normal, VnRevueH-Medium, VnRevue-Medium, VnRockwell2-Bold, VnScript2-Normal, VnShelley-Allegro, VnSouthern, VnSouthern-Bold, VnSouthern-Bold-Italic, VnSouthernH, VnSouthern-Italic, VnSouvenir-Bold-Italic, VnSouvenir-Italic, VnStamp-Normal, VnStencil2-Italic, VnStencil2-Normal, VnSwitzerland, VnTeknical, VnTekton-Italic, VnTekton-Normal, VnTifani-HeavyH-Normal, VnTifani-Heavy-Normal, VnTiffany-Bold, VnTiffany-Bold-Italic, VnTiffany-Italic, VnTiffany-Normal, VnTifheavy-Bold, VnTifheavy-Bold-Italic, VnTime, VnTime-Bold, VnTime-Bold-Italic, VnTimeH, VnTimeH-Bold, VnTimeH-Bold-Italic, VnTimeH-Italic, VnTime-Italic, VnTimes28-Bold, VnTimes28-Bold-Italic, VnTimes28-Italic, VnTimes28-Normal, VnTimes2-Bold, VnTimes2-Bold-Italic, VnTimes2-Italic, VnTimes2-Normal, VnUncial-Normal, VnUniverseH-Normal, VnUniverse-Normal, VnUniversityRoman-Italic, VnUniversityRoman-Normal, VnVAGround-Bold, VnVAGround-Bold-Italic, VnVAGround-Italic, VnVAGround-Normal, VnVogueH-Medium, VnVogue-Medium, VnWindsor2-Italic, VnWindsor2-Normal, VnZapfChancery-Italic, Vogue-Bold, Vogue. 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A Ph.D. in linguistics, Ngo Thanh Nhan is involved in the standardization of Quoc Ngu, Nom, an ideographic script used in Vietnam for more than 1000 years, which is facing extinction, and Cham script. He is member of the Vietnamese Nom Preservation Foundation. Now a computational linguist at New York University, who built the Nom font used in the book of Ho Xuan Huong's poetry. He spoke at ATypI in Copenhagen in 2001. [Google] [More] ⦿
Nguyen Hung Lan
In their Global Type collection, URW++ has Nimbus Sans (2005, 5 fonts, 2000 Euros) and Nimbus Roman (2005, 2 fonts, 2000 Euros). The former is based on Helvetica, the latter on Times New Roman. Meant as workhorses, these fonts cover Turkish, Baltic, Romanian, Cyrillic, Greek, Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, Japanese, Korean, Thai, Vietnamese, Arabic, and Hebrew. [Google] [More] ⦿
Vietnamese truetype fonts by Ohan-Dinh Thin (1988-1992): CuuLongGiangByPhanDinh, HaiNhiByThPhanDinh, HaiNhiXLByThPhanDinh, THVUHByPhanDinh, VienKhucByThinPhanDinh, LamSonByThPhanDinh, PDTTrungVuongBook. Plus The-Vu-B. [Google] [More] ⦿
Pablo Saratxaga's archive with about 20 display fonts, and fonts for Vietnamese, Armenian, Georgian, Thai, Indic and dingbats. Just the Armenian subarchive has these fonts, mostly by Ruben Tarumian, dated 1994: ArTarumianAfrickian, ArTarumianAnpuit, ArTarumianBakhum, ArTarumianBarak-Bold, ArTarumianBarak, ArTarumianErevan, ArTarumianGovazd-Italic, ArTarumianGrig, ArTarumianGrqiNor-Bold-Italik, ArTarumianGrqiNor-Bold, ArTarumianGrqiNor-Italic, ArTarumianGrqiNor, ArTarumianHamagumar, ArTarumianHandes, ArTarumianHeghnar, ArTarumianIshxan, ArTarumianKamar, ArTarumianMHarvats, ArTarumianMatenagir-Bold-Italic, ArTarumianMatenagir-Bold, ArTarumianMatenagir-Italic, ArTarumianMatenagir, ArTarumianNorMatenagir, ArTarumianPastar, ArmNet-Helvetica. [Google] [More] ⦿
Austrian designer of the hand-printed face Patrick Hand (2010). Patrick Hand is also available at Google Font Directory. Patrick Hand SC (for Latin and Vietnamese) was published in 2013 at Google Web Fonts.
Vietnamese graphic and type designer who is Professor of Typography at the Hanoi Architectural University, Vietnam, since 2011. He studied at ESAD in Amiens, France. His graduation project at ESAD was a Latin / Vietnamese typeface family called Cadao. Specially designed for Vietnamese, it has a roman, an italic and a sans style. This typeface took two years of work. He writes: This is, in my opinion, the first typeface family which is seriously designed for the Vietnamese language requirements. All other existing fonts for use in Vietnamese were simply solutions to adaptation needs. There are of course some good designs, for example the works of R. Slimbach: Garamond Premier Pro, Myriad Pro, Minion Pro. Nevertheless, these fonts can not be considered as a perfect solution for the Vietnamese language. [Google] [More] ⦿
French (Corsican) designer of the semi-calligraphic script face Pecita (2009) and of OTFPOC (2012). Home page, which is entirely set in this script, yet is text-searchable and used as a regular font---great example to follow. Pecita also covers Greek, Turkish, Cyrillic, Vietnamese and IPA.
Eric Wannin's French commercial foundry with PC and Mac fonts for all European languages, most Indic languages, Cyrillic, Vietnamese, Amharic, Inuit, Slavonic, Greek, Tibetan, Thai, Lao, Khmer, Burmese, Cri. Hieroglyphic fonts too. Free font family: EuroQuartet. These fonts have one glyph only, the Euro symbol. It has some bar code fonts too.
Quoc ngu (national script) is the romanized form of the written Vietnamese language, attributed to Alexandre de Rhodes, who published the first Vietnamese-Latin-Portuguese dictionary in 1651. [Google] [More] ⦿
Commercial Khmer font producer. Salika Ltd is located in Tokyo. Their Khmer fonts are named Khm-1 through Khm-4. They also have fonts for Bengali, Burmese, Chinese, Latin, Hindi, Japanese, Korean, Mongolian, Nepali, Cyrillic, Tamil, Thai and Vietnamese. [Google] [More] ⦿
The SEALANG web site is managed by Doug Cooper / Southeast Asian Software Research Center. Documentation (PDF files) and some free fonts. Burmese, devanagari, Jawi, Lao Dhamma, Ramkhamhaeng, Tibetan, Vietnamese, Mudir Thai. [Google] [More] ⦿
"The SIL Tai Dam Fonts are regular and bold versions of the traditional Tai Dam script and are closely based on handwritten letters. [...] Over half a million Tai Dam people (also known as Black Tai or Tai Noir) live in northwestern Vietnam and northern Laos. Their language is a member of the Tai-Kadai language family and is closely related to Laotian and Standard Thai. [...] Special thanks are due to Mr. Faah Baccam, whose drawings have served as the basis for the development of these fonts." These fonts, developed by J. Victor Gaultney at the Summer Institute of Linguistics, are free. [Google] [More] ⦿
SSi sells foreign fonts for Arabic, Urdu, Greek, Hebrew, Armenian, Baltic, Burmese, Cherokee, Cyrillic, Cree, Simplified Chinese, Ethiopian, Inuktitut, Gaelic, IPA, Japanese, Korean, Laotian, Mayan. Farsi, Punjabi, Sanskrit, Syriac, South Arabian, Tamil, Thai, Tibetan, Turkish, Ugaritic, and Vietnamese. Plus musical dingbats. Of course, they did not make a single of these fonts themselves. [Google] [More] ⦿
South East Asian TrueType font archive, with Thai, Burmese, Buginese, and Vietnamese fonts, for example. At the site of Dr. Vincent Houben, University of Passau in Germany. Can't locate the archive any more! [Google] [More] ⦿
Yannis Haralambous and Tereza Tranaka created these truetype and type 1 fonts for the Omega Project in 1999: OmegaSerif8859-1-Bold, OmegaSerif8859-1-BoldItalic, OmegaSerif8859-1-Italic, OmegaSerif8859-1, OmegaSerif8859-2-Bold, OmegaSerif8859-2-BoldItalic, OmegaSerif8859-2-Italic, OmegaSerif8859-2, OmegaSerif8859-3-Bold, OmegaSerif8859-3-BoldItalic, OmegaSerif8859-3-Italic, OmegaSerif8859-3, OmegaSerif8859-4-Bold, OmegaSerif8859-4-BoldItalic, OmegaSerif8859-4-Italic, OmegaSerif8859-4, OmegaSerif8859-5-Bold, OmegaSerif8859-5-BoldItalic, OmegaSerif8859-5-Italic, OmegaSerif8859-5, OmegaSerifThaiIso, OmegaSerifVISCII. [Google] [More] ⦿
Founded by John Balaban in 1999, the foundation is in part concerned with the digitization of Nom Script (which in turn was derived from Chinese). Only 30 people worldwide nowadays can read Nom. Most documents in Nom are in a small library in Hanoi. [Google] [More] ⦿
Archive for Vietnamese fonts. This includes Unicode truetype fonts that have Vietnamese support, such as PalatinoLinotype, Tahoma, MicrosoftSansSerif, MSReferenceSerif, MSReferenceSansSerif, and GeorgiaRef. [Google] [More] ⦿
Vietnamese VISCII fonts and font links. PostScript, X Windows, metafont and truetype. Non-profit group established in 1992: "TriChlor is a nonprofit group that promotes the development of free Vietnamese VISCII-compliant software and fonts for Dos, Windows, Unix, X-Windows, and Macintosh. ". Great site maintained by Hoc D. Ngo, Hung P. Ho, Cuong Bui and Dung P. Ho! Currently about 70 free TrueType fonts! [Google] [More] ⦿
French foundry, est. 2008, by Jonathan Perez and Laurent Bourcellier. Graduates from the Ecole Estienne in Paris, they have made the following fonts:
The true type fonts HAN NOM A and HAN NOM B have been developed by Chan Nguyen Do Quoc Bao (Germany), To Minh Tam (USA) and Ni sinh Thien Vien Vien Chieu (Vietnam). Their work got started in 2001, completed in 2003, and publicized in 2005. Unicode compliant and free. [Google] [More] ⦿
Vietnamese typefoundry. Check Printing and typefounding in South Viet Nam: The Vien-Hung Typefoundry (Richard L. Hopkins, The Hill & Dale Press, 1970). [Google] [More] ⦿
Look for the Nom Proper Table, TCVN 5773:1993 and the Han Nom Table, TCVN 6056:1995. See also here. In the last few years some errors were corrected, the earlier standards were made obsolete and a newer set of unicode standards has been published, VHN 1:1998 and VHN 2:1998. [Google] [More] ⦿
Based in San Jose, CA, a society for things Vietnamese. Download the VPS font family. Includes fonts for Windows, X-Windows/UNIX, and Mac. 5MB worth of truetype fonts! List of families: VPS-An-Giang, VPS-An-Loc, VPS-An-Xuyen, VPS-Ba-Ria, VPS-Bac-Giang, VPS-Bac-Kan, VPS-Bac-Lieu, VPS-Bac-Ninh, VPS-Ben-Tre, VPS-Bien, VPS-Binh, VPS-Ca-Mau, VPS-Can-Tho, VPS-Cao-Bang, VPS-Chau-Doc, VPS-Cho-Lon, VPS-Con-Son, VPS-Courier, VPS-Cu-Chi, VPS-Da-Nang, VPS-Dac-Lac, VPS-Dong-Da, VPS-Dong-Ha, VPS-Dong-Hoi, VPS-Dong-Nai, VPS-Gia-Dinh, VPS-Go-Cong, VPS-Ha-Dong, VPS-Ha-Long, VPS-Ha-Noi, VPS-Ha-Tien, VPS-Hai-Ninh, VPS-Hai-Phong, VPS-Helv, VPS-Hoa-Binh, VPS-Hoa-Lu, VPS-Hoang-Sa, VPS-Hue, VPS-Hung-Yen, VPS-Khanh, VPS-KheSanhHoa, VPS-Kien-An, VPS-Kien-Giang, VPS-Kontum, VPS-Lai-Chau, VPS-Lang-Son, VPS-Lao-Kay, VPS-Long-An, VPS-Long-Binh, VPS-Long-Hai, VPS-Long-Khanh, VPS-Long-Xuyen, VPS-My-Tho, VPS-Nghe-An, VPS-Ninh-Thuan, VPS-Phong-Dinh, VPS-Phu-Bon, VPS-Phu-Quoc, VPS-Phu-Yen, VPS-Phuoc-Long, VPS-Phuoc-Thanh, VPS-Pleiku, VPS-Quang-Ngai, VPS-Quang-Tri, VPS-Quang-Yen, VPS-Qui-Nhon, VPS-Sai-Gon, VPS-Soc-Trang, VPS-Son-La, VPS-Son-Tay, VPS-Tay-Ninh, VPS-Thai-Nguyen, VPS-Thanh, VPS-Thu-Duc, VPS-Times, VPS-Tra-Vinh, VPS-Truong-Sa-Light, VPS-Tuyen-Duc, VPS-Tuyen-Quang, VPS-Vinh, VPS-Vinh-Long, VPS-Vinh-Yen, VPS-Vung-Tau, VPS-Yen-Bai. [Google] [More] ⦿
Unicode-compliant Vietnamese fonts: VU-An-Giang, VUAnhDao, VUBachMai, VUBangLang, VUBoDa, VUCamHuong, VUCamThach, VUHaiDuong, VU-Le-Sa, VUMyHa, VUPhongDinh, VUPhuongAnh, VUPhuDung, VUPhuongMai, VU-Phu-Tho, VUVuongQuyen. Direct access. [Google] [More] ⦿
Russian-Vietnamese outfit that used to make some Cyrillic fonts from 1991-1993: CyrillicBrushMedium, CyrillicChancellor, CyrillicCompressedMedium, CyrillicCooper, CyrillicCooper, CyrillicGaramondItalic, CyrillicGoth, CyrillicGoth, CyrillicHeavy, CyrillicHelvetBold, CyrillicHelvetBoldItalic, CyrillicHelvetMedium, CyrillicHover, CyrillicOld, CyrillicOld, CyrillicRibbon, CyrillicTimesBold, CyrillicTimesBoldItalic, CyrillicTimesMedium. They also sell Vietnamese fonts. Oddly enough, it seems to be located in Laguna Hills, CA, now, and the fonts can no longer be found on their site. [Google] [More] ⦿
VNR provides Vietnamese Fonts for TeX. The fonts are in Metafont and type 1 format. The VNR package is originally written by Han The Thanh and currently maintained by Ky Anh. See also here. [Google] [More] ⦿
Vietnamese versions of the Computer Modern fonts developed by The Thanh Han, in mwetafont and type 1 formats. The fonts are accompanied by vntex which lets one handle the T5 encoding used in the fonts. [Google] [More] ⦿
A corporate URW studio sans family published in 2012. The six-font family sells for over 4000 dollars and covers Turkish, Baltic, Romanian, Cyrillic, Greek, Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, Japanese, Korean, Thai, Arabic, and Hebrew. [Google] [More] ⦿
WorldScript: language utilities for the Mac (free downloads). Includes Turkish, Cherokee, Uralic Cyrillic, Georgian, Icelandic, Maltese, Vietnamese, Celtic, Intuktitut, Greek and Coptic support. Page maintained by Michael Everson. [Google] [More] ⦿
A corporate geometric URW studio sans family published in 2012. The three-font family sells for over 5000 dollars and covers Turkish, Baltic, Romanian, Cyrillic, Greek, Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, Japanese, Korean, Thai, Arabic, and Hebrew. URW++ is authorized by the Adolf Würth GmbH & Co. KG to deliver the new corporate fonts to external service providers of Würth on the basis of royalty payment. Würth covers Turkish, Baltic, Romanian, Cyrillic, Greek, Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, Japanese, Korean, Thai, Arabic, and Hebrew. [Google] [More] ⦿