Clone is a type family by Lasko Dzurovski from Macedonia. The lovechild of cyber-culture and genetic font modification takes inspiration from coding, technology and architecture. A quasi-monospaced typeface that gives a nod to the quirkiness of engineered fonts without sacrificing a natural reading experience. Biomechanical future meets CAD blueprints. The first generation of Clone has rounded forms, the next one is already in the making.
“As I used Clone, I sensed that Lasko Dzurovski spent a lot of time meticulously crafting the flow of each letter. There’s a lot readability magic happening. Over and over, I discovered fascinating letter combinations that made words sing in ways I hadn’t noticed before.”
Michael Surtees Typographica
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Quasi-monospaced forms with minimal stroke contrast
Semi-serif characters simulate look & feel of a typewriter
Pan-European language support in all styles
Language-specific character variants for Cyrillic
Tabular lining figures
All caps & case-sensitive punctuation
Serbian/Macedonian forms (language feature or stylistic set 7)
Isosceles forms of Cyrillic De and El (stylistic set 9)
Greek small caps
Tabular ranging figures
A whole herd of sheep to clone
Bulgarian forms (language feature or stylistic set 8)
Lasko Dzurovski puts Macedonian typeface design on the map. His typographic catalogue has been growing for over 20 years and continues to evolve with new designs and added language support. From personal and commercial use to custom projects for the Macedonian government – his characters proudly serve their purpose.