I’m happy to introduce you Solomiya Script Font with vintage, tribal, light, and magic feel.
Solomiya font based on Ukrainian skoropus – traditional writing style in the 17th century in Ukraine.
Solomiya has incredible variability of letters, playful slopes and uniqueness of handwritting. This is my attempt to acquaint you with the amazing richness of Ukrainian tribal typographic inscriptions, based on handwriting of the Ukrainian Zaporozhian Cossacks.
Solomiya is a perfect tool to create amazing designs, like greeting cards, modern t-shirts, posters, mugs, luxury branding materials, wedding and event stationery, social media overlays and any other projects you are working on.Each letter includes 3 alternate variants for uppercsase and 4 alternate variants for lovercase (for Cyrillic & for Latin). Font includes more than 90 languages.
It’s very easy to get alternative glyphs:
just type the number after any letter (1…3 for lowercase and 1..2 for uppercase). So, you can forget about the Glyphs panel and have fun and great results just type numbers after letters.
You can still use the Glyphs panel. You’ll see there 290 alternates (132 Latin alternate glyphs and 158 Cyrillic alternate glyphs).It has multilingual support, which include Western European, Central European and South Eastern European languages, Russian and Ukrainian.
Solomiya Font come with PUA Unicode that gives you full access to the ligatures and alternates in software that doesn’t support the extra characters. To access these characters you can use Font Book (Mac) or Character Map (Windows).
Solomiya OTF font;
Solomiya TTF font;
Solomiya Woff font;