Designer(s): Juraj Chrastina
Publisher: Juraj Chrastina
Design Date: 2016
About Gerlach Sans Font
As the foundry’s top–of–the–line family, Gerlach Sans was named after the highest peak in Slovakia.
Its functional design is enhanced by a few subtle ingredients, adding life and giving words a more playful voice.
The family has eight weights ranging from delicate hairline to the super thick black. Each of them includes a genuine italic companion with variant shapes. More…
The large character set accessible through OpenType features provides the designer with a wealth of opportunities and supports a wide range of Latin-based languages.
It is stuffed up with tabular and proportional figures, old-style and lining figures, fractions, superscripts and subscripts, ordinals, case-sensitive forms, circled numbers, arrows, icons and many more.
Combining legibility and usability of its grotesque style with cool elegance, Gerlach Sans provides a strong partner for your print and web project.
Example(s) of Gerlach Sans
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