'Artha' is a condensed Devanāgarī
typeface designed by considering today’s
functional requirements of economic
printing and online usage of newspaper.
'Artha' stands for 'econony' and 'meaning'.
The main goal of developing this font is
to ﬁnd a balance between aesthetic and
functional requirements of newspaper text
typefaces. Artha is intentionally designed
for languages such as Hindi, Marathi and
Sanskrit. It’s comparative Latin Sans is in
the process of development. In spite of
having distinct contemporary look,
‘Artha’ doesn't draw readers attention to
its design. It gives importance to the
content or the information for which
it is used.
'Firang' is slightly condensed Latin typeface family designed by Dr. Girish Dalvi
for narrow column usage. We collaboratively also developed mono-linear
Devanāgarī which will complement Latin Sans in multiple weights. A Latin serif
and modulated (traditional) Devanāgarī is also in the process of development.
The mono-linear Devanāgarī has contemporary morphological features and
proportions while the modulated Devanāgarī follows traditional design.
'Jaini' is a collaborative effort with Dr. Girish Dalvi about reviving
a manuscript style into a display typeface. In this project we have
tried to study the jain manuscripts with periods and tried to revive
the letterforms and character structures which will retain most salient
features of Jain script, while making it more legible for today’s usage.
'Walay' is a monolinear Devanāgarī display typeface
derived from handwriting.
'Walay' means 'round movement'.
It's an imitation of round movement seen in handwriting.
This opentype is will be available in 5 weights.
It is still in process of development.