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by Indian Type Foundry
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Complete family of 6 fonts: $160.00
Graphico Font Family was designed by Alisa Nowak, Jean-Baptiste Morizot and published by Indian Type Foundry. Graphico contains 6 styles and family package options.

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Graphico Complete

6 fonts

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  • Graphico Light Graphico Light

  • Graphico Graphico

  • Graphico Medium Graphico Medium

  • Graphico Semi Bold Graphico Semi Bold

  • Graphico Bold Graphico Bold

  • Graphico Black Graphico Black

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About Graphico Font Family

Graphico is an extended display sans serif family. Its letterforms are industrial and square-sided. The typeface looks like the product of precision mechanics: it should be featured together with tech – either old tech like appliances or watches, or new tech like apps and laptop stands. As a font family, Graphico includes six styles that range in weight from light to black. The black is really nice and chunky, and can easily be used as a stand-alone design.

Designers: Alisa Nowak, Jean-Baptiste Morizot

Publisher: Indian Type Foundry

Foundry: Indian Type Foundry

Design Owner: Indian Type Foundry

MyFonts debut: Feb 26, 2016


About Indian Type Foundry

Founded in 2009, the Indian Type Foundry (ITF) designs and distributes fine-quality, multilingual fonts for both the Indian and global market. ITF specialises in creating and developing both custom and retail fonts. ITF has designed and licensed fonts to some of the world’s most iconic brands including Apple, Google, Samsung, Sony, Amazon and Hyundai to name just a few. Its retail library offers fonts for text and display use, in visual styles ranging from traditional to experimental. ITF currently offers over 200 retail font families across 20 writing systems. ITF’s Kohinoor font family is on permanent display at London’s Design Museum as part of the “Designer Maker User” exhibition, which recognises this work as a historic milestone in the field of graphic design.

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