About this font family
Fine Gothic was developed over several years, and was partly inspired by the blackletter fonts of the great 20th century calligrapher and lettering designer, Rudolf Koch.
Although blackletter has many historical and cultural associations with Germany, and has been used in the English-speaking world unimaginatively on the mastheads of right-wing newspapers or the fascias of antique shops, contemporary designers should not be debarred from adding these vigorous letterforms to their repertoire. More…
Conventional blackletter tends towards the heavier weights, which makes the Light weight of Fine Gothic something of a delight and a rarity.