Griffith Gothic

18 Styles

Of all his work, Chauncey Griffith claimed one type, Bell Gothic, as his own design. Griffith Gothic is a revival of the 1937 Mergenthaler original, redrawn as the house sans for Fast Company. Tobias Frere-Jones drew a six weight series from light and bold, removing linecaster adjustments and retaining the pre-emptive thinning of joints as a salient feature. Italics & condensed complete this ultimately legible sans series; FB 1997–2000

Webtype
Griffith Gothic is also available for online use with @font-face through the Webtype hosted font service.

Among other uses, Griffith Gothic is recommended for Newspaper, Magazine, Book, Web and Corporate use.



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 Griffith Gothic - Condensed Thin

 Griffith Gothic - Condensed Light

 Griffith Gothic - Condensed Regular

 Griffith Gothic - Condensed Bold

 Griffith Gothic - Condensed Black

 Griffith Gothic - Condensed Ultra

 Griffith Gothic - Thin

 Griffith Gothic - Thin Italic

 Griffith Gothic - Light

 Griffith Gothic - Light Italic

 Griffith Gothic - Regular

 Griffith Gothic - Regular Italic

 Griffith Gothic - Bold

 Griffith Gothic - Bold Italic

 Griffith Gothic - Black

 Griffith Gothic - Black Italic

 Griffith Gothic - Ultra

 Griffith Gothic - Ultra Italic

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· Tobias Frere-Jones

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