Celtica is a kind of Helvetica meets Hibernia; the font can happily be used anywhere a Celtic identity is required for a twenty-first century context.
The ubiquity and clarity of the sans serif lend legibility to the uncial forms of some letters, which become accessible to any audience of latin alphabet users. Even the ‘insular’, flat-topped G/g, is readable enough for general use in an increasingly popular and diverse typographical culture. The fonts contain Irish lenited consonants (with dot accents), Tironian et, and extra Welsh vowels.
available in all of the styles: