Gilam is a sans serif font with semi-condensed proportions. The typeface was based on the famous DIN but combines its popular neo-grotesque look with characteristics, such as the pointed edges in the “W” and “M” as well as the outward cut terminals, which gives a distinctive look to the modern geometric typeface. The complete set of 9 weights plus italics gives to designers the absolute freedom to create anything. Perfect layouts with blocks of text, headlines, motion graphics, logos, apps, and websites are just part of the intended usage of this versatile typeface.
• 765 glyphs in 18 styles;
• Extended Latin, Cyrillic and Greek;
• Geometric forms and low contrast;
• Prominent x-height which makes it legible in a text;
• Perfect for headlines and logos;
• Suitable for web, print, motion graphics etc.
• Semi-condensed proportion;
• Advanced typographical support and OpenType features including case-sensitive forms, fractions, superscript and subscript characters, and stylistic alternates;
• Complete set of figures – old style and lining figures, which come with proportional and tabular variation;
Gilam means “joy of people” so that you can enjoy it!
Design: Ivan Petrov, Plamen Motev
Copyright 2018 by Fontfabric. All rights reserved.
Ivan Petrov is based in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Bulgarian codesigner with Julia Zhdanova of the free typeface Artifika at Cyreal and Google Font Directory in 2011. He is currently located in Moscow. At Cyreal, he published the free font Volkhov (2011; download at Fontsquirrel), a low-contrast serifed typeface with a robust character, and the didone typeface Prata (2011). He also created a number of beautiful experimental typefaces in 2011. Bolgariy (2012) is a warm display typeface made for advertising Bulgaria. In 2014, he published the 18-style sans serif typeface system Glober at Fontfabric. Inspired by strong German grotesques such as DIN and Dax, it has a great spectrum, from hairline (called Thin) to Heavy. Glober won an award at Modern Cyrillic 2014.
Type designer based in Sofia, Bulgaria. As a student working with Fontfabric in Sofia, Bulgaria, Plamen Motev designed the free circle-themed slightly condensed retro typeface Phenomena (done together with Radomir Tinkov) and the free 8-style narrow grotesque family Akrobat for Latin and Cyrillic in 2016. In 2017, Plamen Motev and Svetoslav Simov co-designed Uni Neue, a total remake of Fontfabric’s earler typeface Uni Sans (2009). He was part of the Fontfabric team that designed the 521-font family Zing Rust, Zing Sans Rust and Zing Script Rust in 2017. Typefaces from 2018: Gilam (by Ivan Petrov, Plamen Motev and Svetoslav Simov: based on DIN, but more geometric and with obliquely cut terminals).
DEMO: Thin Italic, Black Dropbox
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