Copyright (c) 2003-2004 Nick Curtis & Paul Kravchenko. All Rights Reserved.
Original design by Nick Curtis, from Nick's Fonts http://www.nicksfonts.com. To quote from Nick:It's my firm conviction that every font collection needs a good pseudo-Cyrillic typeface, and this one is mine. Based on lettering from a 1925 Soviet poster by one very strange (and unidentified) comrade, the font is named after the main character in Fyodor Dostoyevsky's 'Crime and Punishment' and was, not coincidentally, Boris Badenov's favorite swear word.Extra cyrillic characters were added by Paul Kravchenko.
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