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Style
Dusseldot
from $120
10 styles
2019
from $120
Price for family + variable font
Variable
Dusseldot
from $120
48px
El alfabeto o abecedario de una lengua o idioma es el conjunto ordenado de sus letras.
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Weight
El alfabeto o abecedario de una lengua o idioma es el conjunto ordenado de sus letras.
Light 50
from $15
130px
Dusseldot Light 50Dusseldot Light 50
Light 130
from $15
130px
Dusseldot Light 130Dusseldot Light 130
Light 150
from $30
130px
Dusseldot Light 150Dusseldot Light 150
Light 170
from $15
130px
Dusseldot Light 170Dusseldot Light 170
Light 250
from $15
130px
Dusseldot Light 250Dusseldot Light 250
Regular 50
from $15
130px
Dusseldot Regular 50Dusseldot Regular 50
Regular 130
from $15
130px
Dusseldot Regular 130Dusseldot Regular 130
Regular 150
from $30
130px
Dusseldot Regular 150Dusseldot Regular 150
Regular 170
from $15
130px
Dusseldot Regular 170Dusseldot Regular 170
Regular 250
from $15
130px
Dusseldot Regular 250Dusseldot Regular 250
About

Dusseldot has three main styles, one of which is a classic font as we know it, and two are abstract forms, which represent the movement of a person walking through Düsseldorf, recorded through GPS tracking. Variability allows one style to flow into another smoothly; this deformation can be stopped at any point, isolating the movement within phases. It enables the creation of twisted glyphs. Dusseldot supports most European languages ​​and Cyrillic.

Languages

Afrikaans, Bulgarian, Czech, Danish, English, Estonian, Finnish, French, Gaelic (Irish), Galician, Hungarian, Icelandic, Italian, Kurdish (lat), Latvian, Lithuanian, Mongolian (lat), Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Slovene, Spain, Swedish, Uzbek (lat)

Authors

Ilya Bazhanov

Ilya is an artist, type and graphic designer. His fascination with street art has led him to typography and visual arts. Ilya received a diploma in graphic design from the Russian-British Institute of Management (Chelyabinsk). He graduated from the Faculty of Arts and Design at UJEP (Ústí nad Labem, Czech Republic). During his studies, he studied at the HSD University of Applied Sciences (Düsseldorf, Germany). He is now at the Graduate School of Applied Arts in Prague, UMPRUM, at the font and typography studio. His Thaw font was awarded at the “Modern Cyrillic 2019.” He participated in exhibitions in the Czech Republic, Russia, Poland, and Slovakia.

Maks Barbulovic

Studies communication design in Hochschule Düsseldorf (Germany). Took part in an internship program at École Nationale Supérieure d’Art et de Design (Nancy, France). Even though illustration and drawing had a great impact on his work, Maks now focuses on typography, editorial, and type design.