Pragmatica font was designed in 1989-2004 by Vladimir Yefimov and Olga Chaeva.
A spin-off from Encyclopedia-4 type family of the Polygraphmash type design bureau. Inspired by Helvetica of Haas typefoundry, 1957 by Eduard Hoffman and Max Miedinger.
Based on the 19th century Grotesque designs, Helvetica brought a new level of mathematical accuracy to the sans serif category. Widely used for many applications, from magazines and books to advertising and headlines. Four basic styles of Pragmatica font were developed in 1989 by Vladimir Yefimov. Eight additional styles were developed in 2003 by Olga Chaeva. Condensed styles were developed in 1993-2004 by Vladimir Yefimov, Alexander Tarbeev and Manvel Shmavonyan, with participation of Dmitry Kirsanov. Extended styles were developed in 2004 by Olga Chaeva and Manvel Shmavonyan.
Supported languages: Basic Latin, Western European, Euro, Baltic, Turkish, Central European, Romanian, Pan African Latin, Basic Greek, Basic Cyrillic
Designers: Vladimir Yefimov, Alexander Tarbeev, Isabella Chaeva