What is the Graficz font?
The origin of this typeface is a Polish catalog cover dated 1936, made by I. Rubin.
The word ”Graﬁcz” (included in the poster copy) seemed appropriate as a name for this typeface with its typical ”Central European look”. The original letters are more ”thin” (light weight) than the MRF interpretation and only consists of capital letters. Lower cases and almost all standard character signs have been added, in order to make it more functional.
Graficz Font families
The Graficz includes the following font families:
- Graficz OT Normal
- Graficz OT Oblique
- Graficz OT Bold
- Graficz OT Bold Oblique
Here is a preview of how Graficz will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.
Is Graficz Free to Download?
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