Galápagos Design Group was incorporated in January of 1994. Conceived by a core group of experienced and talented type designers and type technologists, the company now consists of a formidable ensemble of design and type professionals, with offices in Littleton, Massachusetts.
GarageFonts was established in 1993, primarily as a vehicle to distribute some of the first typeface designs created for Raygun magazine. From the begining, GarageFonts has been on the cutting edge of new typeface design, helping to change a once tiresome selection of typeface designs into a new world of visual excitement.
What started as a small library of trend setting designs has now grown to a varied collection of original, accessible text and display typefaces. GarageFonts has something for everyone.
A digital and type designer based in the UK, Geoff Biskupek has over 12 years experience working in the creative industry with a range of international clients and brands. He creates type from inception, undertaking initial sketches and ideas, through to rendering typefaces in digital formats.
Original, unique and useful alphabetical, ornament and specialy fonts.
GLC Foundry" is a French little foundry starting from 2008.
Its purpose is to set up historic fonts inspired from dated, real and definite documents, or inspired by incomplete ones or by accurate style.
Fonts are complemented to allow a contemporary use, with accented characters and those mainly inexistent in early fonts. We make an effort to add abbreviations, ligatures, contracted letters and so on, peculiar to each concerned period. Punctuation signs are always reproduced in their original faces. We have a strong attachment to always keep the existent poetic imperfections of the models
Graphic Design studio in New Delhi, India.
Graviton is a small type foundry based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. It was founded by designer Pablo Balcells in 2013.
Great Lakes Lettering was launched in 2012 as a collaboration between talented lettering artist Molly Jacques and font designer Dathan Boardman.
Greater Albion Typefounders aims to do its bit to overcome one of the many crises facing the world today. We can't make a dent in global warming; we don't know where to start with the Global Financial Crisis, but we thought we'd ‘have a bash’ at our own little bit of the crisis in design. To us, modern design seems so bland. It works, sometimes it even works fairly well. But there’s seldom a sense of style, or a hint of elegance. So we decided to do something about it- we decided to bring you new Typefaces that honor the spirit and style of the past. Want to be right up to date with a brand new typeface, but right in tune with the spirit of designers trained in classical ascetic values? Then why not try us and see what we have to offer.
Green Type is the foundry of Dmitry Greshnev from Saint Petersburg in Russia.
GreenPrint Technologies, LLC is the maker of GreenPrint World, Home Premium and GreenPrint Enterprise software designed to reduce waste in home and office printing. The software eliminates wasteful pages before they are printed, incorporates a PDF writer to provide an alternative to printing, and provides easy options to save ink and toner. GreenPrint also created the font EverGreen, whose characters were designed to allow more words to fit on a printed page.
The Grummedia foundry based in Ilkley, UK was founded by English designer Graham Blakelock. Graham came from a creative graphics background originally producing typefaces for use in the creation of role playing material. He is now a freelance designer, publishing fonts under the Grummedia name.
Located in Newent, Gloucestershire, England, Nick Cooke started out as a lettering artist in London in 1982 crafting type by hand for book jackets. It wasn’t until 1999 that he would start his own foundry. Named after his favorite letter to doodle, the lower case ‘g,’ G-Type was born.
Gustav & Brun is a Swedish design studio founded in early 2008. Their main focus is hand drawn illustrations and graphic design. Since 2010, Gustav & Brun has focused on typography resulting in a number of different fonts.