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  • Italic
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  • Medium Italic
  • Semibold
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  • Bold
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2 variable fonts (Weight axis)
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                              About Gitan Latin

                              Gitan is a flared sans serif, reminiscent of engraving and stone carving. Sturdy and informal, the design features a moderate contrast that provides durability for text setting. Crisp design details like cuneiform head serifs and deeply cut wedge terminals give Gitan a sculptural appeal – a quality desired for all things display.

                              Gitan’s expressiveness evokes the nuances of forms crafted directly in raw materials. The human touch provides vitality so often absent from purely mechanical designs.

                              Pairing a rhythmic pattern with classic construction makes Gitan shine in text. Its natural look reflects a tangibility that thrives in wooden and rock-solid materials. Gitan’s habitat is at the crossroads of editorial and packaging work, grounded by a feeling of substance, but finished by an artisan’s handicraft. By nature, Gitan is flexible and willing to take risks.

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                              Standard licence:
                              • desktop: 5 users
                              • web: up to 500K pageviews/month
                              • OTF, TTF, and WOFF2 formats
                              See the licence text for details Buy Fonts Single font: 60 € Family of 12 fonts: 360 €
                              Trial licence:
                              • desktop: 1 user
                              • only for evaluation and testing
                              • OTF with some characters removed
                              See the licence text for details Get Free Trial Fonts

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                              Latin

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                              Credits

                              Leads

                              Florian Runge Design
                              Florian Runge is an independent designer specialising in typeface design and typography. He holds a master’s degree in Typeface Design from the University of Reading and regularly collaborates with design studios and type foundries around the world. Florian’s interests range from multilingual typeface design to responsive typography and conceptual type-systems. In his research he has explored 20th century Danish type design and investigated typographic practices in the Devanagari script.

                              Assistance

                              David Březina Production Johannes Neumeier Font engineering