Cy Grotesk by Maksym Kobuzan is the result of combining the clear forms of mid 20th-century European neo-grotesks and the expressiveness of the 19th-century grotesques.
It is display typeface with an eccentric character and a special rhythm. Symbols have sharp long angled spurs and large wedge incision between the bowl and the stem, diluting it with smooth curves and the tight aperture. Built like a multifunctional workhorse that has a wide range of font uses.
This type family consists of 27 styles that are adjustable in weight and width. Or one variable font with 2 axes. From pure thin to radically black. From roomy key to catchy grand. All styles include an extended set of Latin characters and a basic Cyrillic.