Twenty-nine type projects were selected by the jury to be awarded with honorary diplomas for excellence in type design. Each member of the jury was also allowed to give a special mention to one of these projects based on personal preference.
The Emil Yakupov prize from ParaType and a lifetime licence certificate from FontLab were awarded to Yana Kutyina and Andrey Belonogov.
Congratulations to the winners for their well-deserved awards!
Twenty Nine Winners
Adobe Hand B
Bickham Script Pro 3
FF Meta Condensed
Suisse Int'l Condensed Cyrillic
The jury assembled on 25 and 26 November at 47 Nakhimovsky Prospect, Moscow. The Organising Committee would like to report that the 2014 competition far exceeded previous events in terms of both the number of submissions and the geographic footprint of participants.
Dynamics of Competition and Projects’ Categories
As of 24h00 FJT November 14, 2014 the final count of the entries received was 356 (95 Text, 241 Display, and 20 Type System), from 26 countries: Argentina, Armenia, Austria, Belarus, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Croatia, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Greece, Iran, Italy, Lithuania, Macedonia, The Netherlands, Portugal, Russia, Serbia, Spain, Switzerland, UK, Ukraine, USA. We thank all the entrants in the competition, and wish them the best of luck.
Geography of participants, 2014
Projects’ Content From Each Country by Category
On 30 November, the winners’ works were presented at international type conference Serebro Nabora in Moscow's Central House of Architecture, 7 Granatny Lane. The award ceremony was held the same evening, hosted by jury chair Maxim Zhukov.
There are plans to release a catalogue of the winning typefaces and organise an exhibition based on the results of the competition.
The organising committee would like to express its sincere gratitude to the members of the jury, the contestants and everyone else who made this competition possible.