ITF was established in 2009 by Satya Rajpurohit and Peter Biľak to design and distribute fine-quality fonts for both Indian and the global market.

ITF specialises in developing retail and custom Unicode-compliant digital fonts. Besides designing typefaces, ITF also serves as an educational platform for typography.

ITF is committed to organising lectures and workshops, as well as to actively promoting the publishing and exchanging of ideas. The intention is to give the same attention to Indian typography as Latin typography has received in the last few decades.

ITF is located in Ahmedabad, India


Satya Rajpurohit


Satya Rajpurohit is the co-founder of Indian Type Foundry (ITF) in Ahmedabad, India. He studied Graphic Design at the National Institute of Design (NID) in Ahmedabad, India, and worked briefly with Linotype in Bad Homburg; Dalton Maag in London; and L2M3 in Stuttgart. He now works full-time at ITF creating original fonts for multiple languages. His fonts are being used by some of the world's most iconic brands including Apple, Starbucks, Amazon, Sony, Discovery and 21st Century Fox to name a few. In 2010, he received the prestigeous "SoTA Catalyst Award” presented by the Society of Typographic Aficionados. In the same year, his foundry (ITF) was nominated for the Design Museum's "Designs of the year" award for its contribution to the Indian typography. In 2016, he was listed one of the Fortune India’s 40 under 40.

Peter Biľak


Peter Biľak is Slovakian graphic and typeface designer, based in The Hague, The Netherlands. He is the head of the Typotheque Type Foundry. In 2003, he designed a series of the standard post stamps for the Dutch Royal mail (TNT Post), today one of the Icons of the Post. He teaches typeface design at KABK, Royal Academy of Art in The Hague, and lectures widely on graphic design and typography. He also contributes regularly to international publications and books, including Print, Emigre, Eye; and is a member of Alliance Graphique Internationale. In 2000, he started Dot Dot Dot magaine; in 2009, he co-founded Indian Type Foundry; in 2012, he started Works That Works magazine; and in 2015 he co-founded Fontstand. He was named one of the 12 Game Changers by Metropolis magazine for his contribution to the non-Latin typography.


ITF headquarters in Ahmedabad.