Russell Square™ font family

Designed by John Russell in 1973

About Russell Square™ font family

The Russell Square font, named after a London neighborhood, was designed by John Russell in 1973 for the Visual Graphics Corporation. It is a monoweight, straight-lined sans serif type, with angled stroke endings. It is a display font with the feel of computers or early hi-tech developments. Obvious characteristics are the square-ish counterforms (space inside the letters) and the absence of curves within the font.
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Russell Square

Desktop fonts are designed to be installed on a computer for use with applications. Licensed per computer.
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Russell Square

2 Typefaces

world-map map

Com / OT TTF

supports at least

56 languages.

Russell Square™ Roman

-  1 variant
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