Warsaw Types are 12 fonts created with Warsaw in mind. They are available under an open licence for everyone to use. Each font was inspired by history, a place (e.g. Havana is based on a neon sign advertising a communist-era café) or contexts typical for the Polish capital (like Zakład, designed as a tribute to vivid shop signs and posters). Each one comes with a brief historical background, and Brygada (inspired by the 100th anniversary of Poland’s regained independence) features an in-depth account of how a typeface created 90 years ago has been revitalised. Each font may be downloaded, used in publications and graphic materials or used to create other typefaces.