Slavoboj Tusar was the brother of Czech prime minister during the First republic period. He was very much involved in advertising and graphic design and well known among literary community in Prague in 20s and 30s of the 20th century. His only typeface “Tusarova antikva” was made in 1924-5 for Wiener’s “Boulevard” rare book, which was exhibited in Paris on the Expisition des artes decoratifs, along with Preissig’s and Svolinsky’s books. Tusar’s metal alphabet was deliberately destroyed after the book was printed – so was bibliophile’s habit then… It has a very fine Art-Deco touch, combining straight and rounded shapes located in separate font styles. Very suitable for rare books, poetry and short novels.
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