Polenimschaufenster


I wouldn’t attempt to pronounce it, but Polenimschaufenster is “the free font foundry by Hannes Siengalewicz, student of MultiMediaArt.” Hannes says:

Driven by serbian Sljivovic I create typefaces out of found footage like money, old magazines, boardgames from the 60ies or lables on bottles of liguor. Kyrillic characters rock.

Of course that quote needs a pounding from my giant [sic] stamp, but Hannes makes some pretty interesting fonts. Dinarjev Republika and Union Argochemicals are grungy without being obnoxious and Zwiefalter Klosterbräu is a useful script face. I really like fonts like this that have just the right touch of sloppiness.

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