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The typeface Praesens FA owes its name to the Polish avant-garde artistic group of the interwar period. The inspiration was the cover of the second issue of "Praesens" magazine designed by the architect Szymon Syrkus from 1930. Other artists used similar lettering in their projects, including Andrzej Pronaszko and Karol Hiller. The letters of the magazine's title were the starting point for the construction of all the necessary font characters.