Gothia Sans & Serif

Letters from Sweden released Gothia Sans and Gothia Serif, a duo of typefaces originally designed for the Swedish newspaper Göteborgs-Posten. Intended for editorial use, both families adapt well to complex design systems (as you can see on the website of the newspaper). And while Gothia Sans works in both text and display settings, Gothia Serif is designed primarily for display use, but a text version will complete the family soon.

What should I pair it with? Because Gothia Sans was given a smoother appearance than its serif counterpart, the resulting contrast makes the two typefaces ideal to pair together.

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View Gothia Serif →


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