Documan

Font in use: reSITE 2017 (design by Studio Najbrt)

B5 booklet

poster A1 (front & back)

Documan is semi-rounded typeface with typewriter look, but it is not monospaced typeface. Circle forms are punched into vertical stems and the terminals are diagonal. The terminal are rounded. Originally was designed as bespoke typeface for the sketch of visual identity of Charta 77 Foundation and their all kinds of projects (e.g. most famous Konto Bariéry). Significat elements are serifs on "E" and etc. In this typeface we can also find many alternates like "r" with dot and etc. Monospace version has been prepared soon.

Documan is mainly inspired by all Olliveti's typefaces, Courier (1955 Howard Kettler) Letter Gothic (1956 Roger Roberson) and Typewriter (2012 A2-Type, Studio SW/HK).

5 weights
First Sketch: 6/2013

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At this moment you can purchase FK license (First-Kick) for reduced price. Use your PayPal account to proceed payment. Please send me an email request for any other bundles or extra licenses.

BUNDLE
235 € Family Desktop+Web

DESKTOP
178 € Family

35 € Thin
35 € Light
35 € Regular
35 € Medium
35 € SemiBold
35 € Bold

WEB
178 € Family

35 € Thin
35 € Light
35 € Regular
35 € Medium
35 € SemiBold
35 € Bold

Family (6 weights, No Italics)
Full Family (12 styles, With Italics, Coming Soon)

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Martin Vácha is a graphic designer who mainly focuses on graphics, typography, type design, art-direction, editorials, book & magazine design, logo creation & visual identity. He admires simplicity, strong ideas & heavy typography.

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This type-foundry started as a final MA project (June 2014). The first five font sketches were created whilst studying at UMPRUM in Prague. Martin Vácha has focused on font sketching continually since 2008. His experience began during his first year of studies for the project Terrain magazine for which he modified Helvetica Textbook. Like all designers he was excited about the idea to create unique fonts for specific projects, so he has continued with this obsession until now.



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Trial files contain fonts in a reduced version. This means you can sketch with latin upper & lower cases, numbers, basic punctuation and stylistic sets, but no kerning and only selected glyphs are available (the complete set will come with the retail version). However, this allows you to test the fonts on your computer and integrate them into your own designs for non-commercial use. I highly recommend you to use the trials with the Adobe Optical kerning option.


“First Kick” (FK) Version
Some fonts are available in FK version for a reduced price. This version has a certain amount of characters. Please refer to the PDF specimen for further details. The Foundry is currently working on Full versions (you will be informed in due course). If you opt for this version you will recieve the font with a Commercial License (read in PDF). You can purchase via the Buy box at the bottom of the page.


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