Ossem typeface – the winning design of a design competition we held together with “Списание Осем” – Magazine Eight and thats why the font is named Ossem (Eight).
The idea behind the competition was to celebrate and recognize the Bulgarian form of Cyrillics by providing a free for use typeface designed with our help.
The winner – Kiril Semkov was chosen from eight contenstants and presented the most finished project with clear ideas and design.
Except the regular version we got from Kiril, we decided to make Rounded, Rough and Rust version (thanks to Vassil Kateliev). The four styles family comes with Cyrillic and Extended Latin support – 372 glyphs for each style.
The fonts are completely free for personal as well as commercial use
If you study architecture or you'r an admirer of this topic the new building of the school of architecture at Bond University in Queensland, Australia will definitely grab your eye.
This amazing building is a strange and beautiful mix of concrete, wood and glass. It was designed by London studio CRAB, and the main actors in the project Robotam Gavin and Sir Peter Cook.
Have you ever wondered why mouse cursor on your computer is slightly tilted and not straight? Why isn’t the cursor positioned vertically which would be a more logical choice? Because that would be more convenient for selecting text and other tasks.