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658 glyphs | 6 styles | Lowercase and Uppercase
Latin and Cyrillic
designed by Maciej Połczyński
Nielot (Polish for flightless) is a plain, geometrical typeface. It was inspired by posters created by designers representing Russian Constructivism. Due to this origin, it supports cyrillic script as well as latin.
Thanks to its straight, angular lines creates a feeling of strictness. It is devoid of any decorative elements, exposing it's bare construction.
In the constructivist posters the diagonal composition is a distinctive feature, therefore Nielot consists of two different slants as an addition to the regular version.
If you buy "Nielot" you will recieve all Nielot files (Slant, Backslant, Regular)
If you buy "Nielot Rounded" you will recieve all Nielot Rounded files (Slant, Backslant, Regular)