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Maxim
Georgievich Zhukov

Russia 
born in 1943
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Artist print. Pupil S. B. Telingater. He graduated from the Moscow polygraphic Institute (1965). Worked on design of books on art, science, technology and technical literature.

Initiated the implementation in the design of publications integrated-structural method, principles of prototyping, using so-called modular system of layout.

Along with a group of like-minded (M. A. Anistom, N. Kalinin, Y. K. Kurbatov, F. T. Trencrom, etc.) has made a significant contribution to the revival of typography in the Soviet Union, the practice of the art of book decoration means of typesetting.

Actively contributes to the development of the design of modern typesetting fonts, propaganda of achievements of the Russian type design abroad and to restore its ties with the international development of typography. A lot of work on the design of publications in foreign languages.

In his work explores and develops resources hudojestvennye different writing systems ( e.g. Cyrillic, Latin, Arabic, Chinese) From 1977 to 1981 and from 1986 to present, Zhukov is working in the UN Secretariat (new York, USA) on the design of publications of the United Nations.

Was born in Moscow. Pupil S. B. Telingater.

He graduated from the Moscow polygraphic Institute (1965).

Designer, generalist, designer books, periodicals, exhibitions, accidents, corporate identity, artist of the poster. Initiated the implementation in the design of publications integrated-structural method, principles of prototyping, using so-called "modular" systems layout. Along with a group of like-minded (M. A. Anistom, N. And.Kalinin, Y. K., Kurbatov, A. T. Trencrom, etc.) has made a significant contribution to the revival of typography in the Soviet Union, the practice of the art of book decoration means of typesetting.

Actively contributes to the development of the design of modern typesetting fonts, propaganda of achievements of the Russian type design abroad and to restore its ties with the international development of typography. In his work explores and develops the artistic resources of the various writing systems (e.g. Kirillov, Latin, Arabic, Chinese).

From 1977 to 1981 and from 1986 to present, Zhukov works in the UN (NY, USA) at the focal point on typography, specializing in multilingual editions. At the same time is a consultant to companies Paradip, ITC, Adobe, Microsoft and other manufacturers of digital fonts.

Participant and winner of many exhibitions and competitions-regional, national and international. Member of the Union of artists and the Union of journalists of Russia. Honorary member of the Art Directors Club (new York), Board member Type Directors Club (new York), a member of The Typophiles (new York), member of the Academy of graphic design (Moscow). Member of the Board of Directors and the representative of Russia in the International typographic Association (ATypI).

He taught the course "the basics of font graphics" at the Moscow polygraphic Institute (1984-1985).

Translated into Russian language work E. Ruder, "Typography" (Book, 1983), wrote afterword and comments for the book.

Author of articles and essays on issues of art of fonts and typography. The editor of the book "Typographic communications today" (author E. Gottschall, MIT Press, 1989), participant of the collection "Cross-cultural design" (the drafters of H. Steiner and K. Haas, Thames and Hudson, 1995); author of studies "Typography: Polyglot" (with G. Sadek, Cooper Union,1991), and his second edition of "Typographia Polyglotta" (ATypI / Cooper Union, 1997). The author of the article "On the uniqueness of the printed Cyrillic: variation and correlation in the figure of the Russian font" (published in Typography Papers 1/1996, Reading University Press).

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