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Rosetta is a publisher and distributor of high-quality fonts for a growing number of the world’s writing systems. So far our library supports pan-European Latin, Arabic, Armenian, Greek, Cyrillic (besides Slavic languages we also support many Asian languages), Inuktitut, and Indic scripts like Gujarati and Devanagari. In total, our library covers 172 languages. The released fonts are of top-notch quality, and have won numerous design awards. They not only support the writing systems individually, but also make them work well together, making the life of any designer dealing with multiple scripts much easier. 
Rosetta functions as a collaborative hub promoting research and education in the area of multi-script typography. We also offer custom type design services and consultancy for corporate customers as well as for other type foundries. Please contact us if you wish to discuss your particular project.

Rosetta, co-founded and directed by David Březina, is based in Czech Republic.
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We would appreciate if you could write in English or Czech.

Business details:
Rosetta Type Foundry s. r. o.
Potocká 42
623 00 Brno
Czech Republic

BN: 29318904
VAT ID: CZ29318904

  • Khajag Apelian
    • Khajag Apelian is a Lebanese graphic and type designer of Armenian descent. Raised between Dubai and Beirut, Khajag received a Bachelor’s degree in Typography and Motion Graphics from Notre Dame University in Lebanon and an M.Des. in Type and Media from KABK in The Hague.
      Khajag worked in branding with Landor Associates, Dubai, before starting his career as a freelancer under “debakir” in the Netherlands in 2009. Debakir focused on Arabic typography projects with various organisations such as Opera Amsterdam, One/one, the Mediamatic Foundation, and the Khatt Foundation. In 2010 Khajag co-founded — together with Lara Balaa — Majooun, a visual communication and type design studio based in Beirut.
  • David Březina
    • David Březina is a Czech type designer and typographer, writer, lecturer, the impresario of TypeTalks conference, and co-founder and director of the Rosetta Type Foundry. He got Masters degrees in Informatics (Masaryk University, Brno) and Typeface Design (University of Reading, UK). From 2004 to 2007 he also ran his own design studio, with projects in graphic, web, and interface design. He has been giving various type workshops around Europe (notably at the University of Reading).
      His interest in the world’s writing systems and multilingual typeface design and typography manifests in the award-winning type family Skolar and various custom projects. So far, he has designed typefaces for Cyrillic, Greek, Gujarati, Devanagari, and various extensions of Latin.
  • Sergei Egorov
    • Sergei Egorov was born in Moscow, where he graduated from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology in 1985. Today, he lives near Washington DC. In the early 90s Sergei got acquainted with Donald Knuth’s type setting system TeX and everyday TeX programming has gradually grown into a genuine interest in typography and book design.
      His scope of interests extends to Cyrillic, Greek, and Latin paleography as well as typographic history. Sergei has been creating his own typefaces since 2003.
  • Ross Mills
    • Ross Mills is a type designer and co-founder of Tiro Typeworks. He has been involved in the design and production of multilingual and specialist typefaces for Microsoft Corp., Linotype Library, Apple Computer, the Government of Nunavut and others.
  • Titus Nemeth
    • Titus Nemeth is a type designer and typographer with specialist expertise in the Arabic script. He works as independent designer and typographic consultant, building on substantial experience and research in the field. 

      His original type designs have won multiple internationally renowned awards and are widely used for complex cross-cultural visual communications. Titus’ practice combines the making and the use of type, as he is convinced that both aspects inform each other: ‘the better I understand how type is used, the better I can design for it’.
      Titus holds a PhD in Typography & Graphic Communication from the University of Reading, UK, an MA in Typeface Design from the same institution, and a diploma in Graphic Design from Die Graphische in Vienna, Austria. He has taught type design and typography at a number of schools in France, Morocco, Qatar and the United Kingdom.
  • Octavio Pardo
    • Born in Pamplona (Spain), Octavio got his first degree in Fine Arts at the University of Barcelona. After several years working for various design studios and advertising agencies, he moved to UK where he graduated from the MA in Type Design at the University of Reading. After collaborating with the Typofonderie in Paris for several months, Octavio went back to Pamplona where he develops commercial and self initiated projects while he seeks true happiness

  • Elena Schneider
    • Elena Schneider is a freelance type designer from Germany, where she gained a diploma in Graphic Design from the University of Applied Sciences and Arts in Dortmund. She co-founded RADAU, a graphic design studio specialising in typography and editorial design. In 2011, she graduated from the University of Reading with an MA in Typeface Design. Currently she works independently, mainly on typeface design and lettering, and occasionally on graphic design. You can most likely find her spending her time between Hamburg, Dortmund and Húsavík.
  • Vaibhav Singh
    • Vaibhav Singh is an independent typographer and type designer from India. He received a bachelor’s degree in Architecture from the University of Pune and a master’s in Visual Communication from IDC, IIT Bombay. He was a recipient of the Felix scholarship for the duration of his MA in Typeface Design at the University of Reading, from which he graduated with distinction in 2011.  
      He has worked as a typographer, graphic and exhibition designer in Bombay/Delhi and Panjim and is presently based in Reading, where in addition to developing typefaces, he has been researching aspects of the typography of Devanagari and its implications for print cultures in India.  
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