ITF Gujarati is a companion typeface for our popular ITF Devanagari family. Both are workhorse designs, inspired by calligraphic tradition. They’re ideal typefaces for books, magazines, and newspapers. As ITF Gujarati’s weights get heavier, their levels of stroke-contrast increase significantly, too. While the degree is toned down in the lighter weights, so the thin strokes remain robust enough, even ITF Gujarati Light features unmistakable diagonal contrast. While all of the family’s weights have been optimised to maximise their legibility in small sizes, the Regular and the Medium are the most suited members for body text. The other weights are most useful in headlines. The fonts’ character sets include over four dozen alternate-length i-matras in them, which help ensure proper text-shaping for all Gujarati consonantal clusters, making text set in ITF Gujarati look just great. While the ITF Gujarati fonts don’t contain any alphabetic characters from the Latin script, they do include ‘western’ numerals and punctuation marks.

Family Name ITF Gujarati
Designer(s) Parimal Parmar
Release Date February 7, 2017
Available Style Light, Regular, Medium, Semibold, Bold
Classification Serif
Supported Languages Gujarati

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