A striking humanist display font inspired by Alasdair Gray's distinctive type.
It is inspired by the lettering created by the Scottish writer, artist and polymath, Alasdair Gray who The Guardian newspaper called “the father figure of the renaissance in Scottish literature and art”.
Versions of this type appear in his books, on illustrations, on paintings and in murals — notably at the Hillhead Station of the Glasgow Underground.
Lanark, named after his most famous novel, is a display, sans-serif in one weight: Regular. It is ideal for large formats like headings, posters and signs.
Includes upper and lowercase, numbers, and punctuation.
The download includes Regular weight in OpenType format, .woff and .woff2.
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