Maxim Zhukov

Maxim Zhukov’s main occupation is multilingual typography. He is involved in type design, consulting for individual designers and type foundries. From 1977 to 2003 he worked for the United Nations in New York. For a few years he taught typographic design at his alma mater, Moscow Printing Institute; he teaches a course on world scripts at Parsons School of Design, and a course on advanced typography at The Cooper Union, both in New York. Zhukov writes on typography and type design. He is a member of a number of Russian and American professional societies and associations. He is a member of the ATypI Board of Directors, and the Country Delegate for Russia.