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What is the Bardi font?

An original typeface designed for ParaType in 2004 by Armenian designer Manvel Shmavonyan. Based on the lettering created in 1970s by outstanding Armenian type designer Henrik Mnatsakanyan (1923-2001) of the same name. In Armenian ‘Bardi’ means ‘Poplar’. Extra compressed decorative stenciled typeface. Its letterforms resemble many Neo-Classicism extra compressed faces and magazine lettering of the 1950s-60s. For use in advertising and display typography especially in magazine headlines and logos.

Bardi Font families

The Bardi includes the following font families:
  • Bardi

Bardi Preview

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Font Name: Bardi

Design Date: 2005

Designer(s): Manvel Shmavonyan

Publisher: ParaType