Memphis® Cyrillic

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What is the Memphis® Cyrillic font?

Dr. Rudolf Wolf was the first to add slabserifs to the sanserif forms pioneered by Erbar and Renner. He designed Memphis for Stempel in 1929, following Futura; details show the influence of the American typeface Litho Antique from 1910. Ludlow Karnak can be seen as a version of the same design.

Memphis® Cyrillic Font families

The Memphis® Cyrillic includes the following font families:

  • Memphis Cyrillic Light
  • Memphis Cyrillic Light Italic
  • Memphis Cyrillic Medium
  • Memphis Cyrillic Medium Italic
  • Memphis Cyrillic Bold
  • Memphis Cyrillic Bold Italic
  • Memphis Cyrillic ExtraBold

Memphis® Cyrillic Preview

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Is Memphis® Cyrillic Free to Download?

No. This is a premium font that you can download from Please don't waste your time looking for a free download of Memphis® Cyrillic as you just won't find it.

It's highly unlikely that this font can be found for free on the web. If you do, then potentially you'll risk getting viruses on your computer. One thing to remember is that it's illegal to use this font if you didn't pay for it!

Do the right thing. If you want Memphis® Cyrillic then click here to visit the download and purchase page on MyFonts to get it with the proper license. The designer and publisher deserves to be paid for their hard work. :)