Dobroshrift 2.0

is a unique typeface created by children with cerebral palsy.


Task: to develop a typeface for a charity project.

Dobroshrift is a charity project aimed at helping children with cerebral palsy. A large group of children took part in creating the typeface: they wrote letters and symbols in special notebooks and samples of their handwriting became the basis for the unique typeface, symbolizing unity and support.


The studio turned the letters into a typeface with many glyphs in light and bold styles.



Imitating “live” handwriting

The appearance of letters changes automatically depending on their position in a word. Several alternatives were created for each grapheme which are alternated depending on the neighboring symbols and their groups.

The system imitates the random and chaotic character of handwriting.

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dobroshrift hands



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