[trans-lit-uh-reyt, tranz-]
verb [ with obj. ]
to transcribe (a word, etc, in one alphabet) into corresponding letters of another alphabet 

Transliteration is a three-dimensional typeface that is designed to be read in two ways - the left-hand side reads the Cyrillic alphabet, whereas the right-hand side reads the Latin transliteration. The typeface intends to maintain Soviet heritage and is inspired by Constructivism and Soviet architecture. Transliteration provides a unified typeface and consequently unifies Eastern Europe with the West as an attempt to dispel the deep-rooted division.