2 Copyright (c) Ganymede typeface designed by James Arboghast 2002, 2005. All rights reserved worldwide. Published 2003, 2005 by S E N T I N E L T Y P E. Freeware. This typeface is free. You may distribute it & use it free of charge for any personal or non-profit use. For commercial use please purchase any Ganymede font package (includes commercial license for G3D) from myfonts.com. Please read enclosed text file for details Ganymede is a trademark of Sentinel Type firstname.lastname@example.org Ganymede is a geometric linear font combining industrial & architectural themes.
Chiselled forms and a crisp finish parallel automotive styling & industrial design from the turn of the 21st century, while the straight sides resemble road signage fonts like DIN 1451, and to a lesser degree hand-lettered shop signs in the grotesk style.
Ganymede's clean, discreet forms recall modernist minimalism of the 1920s and 30s sparked by the Bauhaus; in particular the curves supplanting diagonal strokes in the X, Y and V echo Ed Benguiat's emblematic 1970s font---Bauhaus, itself a descendant of Bayer Universal.
Ganymede's structured & monumental capitals suits them to architectural & signage use. The matching small caps fonts were crafted specifically with architectural & titling use in mind. Their neutral geometry also allows them to occupy a more remote typographic terrain---of futuristic & scientific subject matter.
Ganymede 3D is a block shadow variant designed for billboards & signage, free for personal & non-profit use.
'Ganymede' is a figure from Greek mythology---a mortal youth of great beauty abducted by the gods. Sentinel Type End User License Agreement
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