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Moje Kino, Prague

Contributed by Letters from Sweden on Jan 9th, 2014. Artwork published in 2014.
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Source: http://www.lilkudley.cz. License: All Rights Reserved.

Moje Kino is the place where you can support one of the three independent Prague cinemas. Website design by Petr Kudláček.

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Source: http://www.lilkudley.cz. License: All Rights Reserved.
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Source: http://www.lilkudley.cz. License: All Rights Reserved.
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Source: http://www.lilkudley.cz. License: All Rights Reserved.
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Source: http://www.lilkudley.cz. License: All Rights Reserved.

3 Comments on “Moje Kino, Prague”

  1. Jan 9th, 2014  11:05 pm
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    The webfont used on this site, called “Pavleye”, appears to be a modified Orator. Perhaps the font originated at Pavleye Art & Culture, a site also designed by Kudláček. Pavleye contains Czech diacritical characters that Adobe’s and Linotype’s Orators do not. Adobe does allow licensed users to modify their fonts, but I’m not sure if that license applies to fonts supplied by Linotype or to fonts served on the web.

    Update: the site now uses Orator by FontSite (available at FontSpring) which has a much more complete character set than the Adobe or Linotype versions.

  2. Jan 10th, 2014  12:40 am
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    The wordmark is Remo Stencil.

  3. Jan 10th, 2014  1:17 am
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    Thanks, Maurice! Added.

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