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Glot is a ten-member flared terminal sans serif family of typefaces based on a mix of proportions of Roman square capitals and hyper-readable sans serifs.

After designing the house typefaces for a handful of the most predominant multiplayer online games out there, Ian Lynam decided that it was time to bring the battlefield to the people.

Glot comes armed with ample language support (Central, Eastern and Western European) and OpenType ornamental spiked alternate characters for when one needs a hint of danger.

Glot comes in five weights with matching true italics: Light, Regular, Medium, Bold and Black. The Glot family has a wide range and is incredibly functional, working well for longer texts as well as display typography.

We made a micro-site that tells the story of Glot, which you can read here.

Glot: Vérité. Readabilité. Brutalité.

Glot is available for immediate download in both OpenType and TrueType formats. It is available for desktop and webfont licensing.

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