Garth Graphic® font family

Designed by Constance Blanchard in 1979
Renee LeWinter
John Matt

About Garth Graphic® font family

Released by the Compugraphic Corporation in 1979, the Garth Graphic font family is based on a design by John Matt from the 1960's, reworked by Renee LeWinter and Constance Blanchard. Garth Graphic was named after Bill Garth, a founder of Compugraphic. A fairly strong old style face suitable for text setting; the heavier weights and condensed forms are most used for display work.
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Font Designer: Constance Blanchard
Font Designer: Renee Le Winter

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Garth Graphic

2 Value Packs

world-map map

Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

Garth Graphic Complete Family Pack

(8 Typefaces) -  1 variant
From US$ 302
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Garth Graphic Volume

(8 Typefaces) -  1 variant
From US$ 215
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