Gitan is a flared sans serif, reminiscent of engraving and stone carving. Sturdy and informal, the design features a moderate contrast. Cuneiform head serifs and deeply cut wedge terminals give Gitan a sculptural appeal – a quality desired for all things display. A rhythmic pattern and the classic construction make it sparkle in text. A natural look with a dynamic, that thrives in wooden and rock-solid materials. Gitan’s habitat is at the crossroads of editorial and packaging work, but by nature Gitan is flexible and willing to take risks.
Read more about Gitan’s design on Rosetta Type’s blog.