Architecture and Typography: Moscow's Heritage

Typography in Russian architecture did not help people figure out how to get around the city. It was not used for navigation in public buildings; nor did it proclaim the names of residents. Nevertheless, we can find many traces of typography in architecture. Fonts had many purposes: practical, informational, loftily ideological, and abstractly philosophical. Join Victoria Sarapina, a native Muscovite, on a stroll her beloved hometown and a journey through time.

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