Gogh, a geometric sans serif with a modern look and traditional spirit.
With the Gogh font family, Mirela Belova and Stan Partalev of foundry Spacetype have designed a typeface that blends seamlessly in any text paragraph without being distracting to readers. Despite being rather understated, it still keeps a rich and distinctive character. The Gogh typeface has a generous x-height and easily distinguishable glyph forms. Its open terminals are all designed to help the eye perceive a block of text smoothly, making it extremely legible. The Gogh font family is well suited for both on-screen or on print media.
The entire family consists of 10 weights ranging from Hairline to Black plus matching Italics for each weight. Gogh is also available as a fully functional variable font, which gives users a great variety of typographic options. With its extended Latin and Cyrillic character set, Gogh supports multiple languages. The family is also equipped with an alternative stylistic set that completely changes the overall look of your text sections. Gogh’s extensive list of OpenType features includes standard and discretionary ligatures, tabular and small figures, fractions, language localizations, case sensitive punctuation, just to name a few.