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Typeface designed in 6 instances: regular, regular italic, bold, bold italic, extra bold, and extra bold italic. It is a sans serif design with a characteristic wedge-shaped cut in the strokes. The strucuture of the letters could resemble the calligraphy done with a nib cut at an angle. The name references the Polish typographic tradition, in which typefaces were named after well-known rivers. The typeface received a distinction award in display type category, in a competition organized by the Linotype Library GmbH in 2003.