Gibson Font Free Download

Gibson Font Free Download

Gibson Font is a modern humanist sans serif font family that was created in 2011 by Rod McDonald, Patrick Griffin, Kevin King. It is being used for corporate and UIX designs, logos, posters, advertising, publishing and promotions, headlines, and much more.

Having well-arranged and clean characters, this typeface is perfect for web designs, Powerpoint presentations, social media posts, card designs, brochures, printing projects, brands, product packaging, and many more.

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Gibson Light is a friendly, modern display font family. It includes all uppercase characters and more than 100 alternate characters including many historical variants. This versatile font can be used in a wide range of projects, from branding to packaging and more. The light variant features a thinner appearance that works well for headlines and other short text applications.

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Gibson Font Free Download
Gibson Font Free Download

Gibson Light Italic is a condensed version of the original Gibson Light font. It has the same width as its parent but with extended letterforms for easier readability in small sizes.

Gibson Regular is a casual, elegant typeface based on the original Gibson design. It features an extensive set of alternates for even more flexibility in your designs, as well as some extra spacing variants for tight compositions.

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Gibson Regular Italic is a condensed version of the original Gibson Regular font family. It has the same width as its parent but with extended letterforms for easier readability in small sizes.

Gibson SemiBold is a versatile semi-bold script font with more contrast than most fonts in this style (including our original Gibson).

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