ITC Goudy Sans® font family


Designed by ITC Design Staff in 1986
Frederic W. Goudy in 1929

About ITC Goudy Sans® font family

Frederic W. Goudy designed three weights of this friendly-looking sans serif font from 1922-1929 for Lanston Monotype in the United States. Goudy was attempting to impart freedom and personality to the sans serif form at a time when geometric sans serifs, such as Futura, were gaining rapid world-wide popularity. To achieve this challenging goal, he looked to lapidary inscriptions and manuscript writing for inspiration. He included elements such as slight swellings of terminal strokes, slab serifs on a few of the caps, alternate uncial forms, and a few swash strokes. The result is uniquely Goudy: charming, instinctive, and just right for adding warmth to magazine or advertising layouts. The design staff at ITC updated and filled out the family for a total of eight styles in ITC Goudy Sans®.
More related documents:
Type Gallery: Goudy
Font Designer: Frederic W. Goudy – About the Designer

ITC Goudy Sans

Desktop fonts

8 Typefaces

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STD supports at least 21 languages.

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ITC Goudy Sans® Book
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ITC Goudy Sans® Book Italic
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ITC Goudy Sans® Medium
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ITC Goudy Sans® Medium Italic
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ITC Goudy Sans® Bold
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ITC Goudy Sans® Bold Italic
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ITC Goudy Sans® Black
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ITC Goudy Sans® Black Italic
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