Sometimes people from unexpected places in the world create beautiful things. I’m amazed at the font designers and where their work comes from. Alegreya is from Argentina. Caslon is an homage to British design. Helvetica is from Switzerland.
When one thinks of the Art Deco movement one thinks of the buildings and design in the 1920s and 30s in the United States and Western Europe. It’s amazing that while most of the movement’s artifacts are enshrined in those countries one of the greatest monuments to them in print was created by designer Denis Masharov–a native of Russia.
Russia is known for some interesting architecture, but not Art Deco. Here’s a link to a lovely post on their bus stops!
Poiret One was added to the Google Font library some time ago and is a rather popular font with served over 40 million times in the week this post was written. It epitomizes the Art Deco movement. And so, if you’re feeling a bit like a flapper this might just be your cup of tea.
You’re welcome to download Poiret One from the Google Font library here.