Gravity is a relaxed, multi-width monster that shares a community garden with the likes of Compacta, Information, and, dare we say, Impact. Its skeleton was inspired by titling typefaces from the ’60s and ’70s, which we worked to stretch out and compress into extreme widths. All of Gravity is packaged as one Variable Font file: That means the output can be modulated seamlessly from XXXX Compressed to Wide. As a fallback, we’ve also defined 12 separate font styles that can be used separately.
Gravity in Pre-Release Use
Our dear font caught the eyes and talented hands of many, from the established design connoisseurs Tim Lindacher and Johannes Schreiner in Neukölln, Berlin to the young businesswoman Kendall Jenner in Beverly Hills, California.
Kiyeol Kim, the creative director of GQ Korea used Gravity in a different way: Applying different widths to individual letters to creating dynamic titles.
The Chinese rapper Jackson Wang talks Buzz Lightyear, carving out a fashion empire with COOKIES, launching his new band PANTHE PACK, and more in the first episode of The dA-Zed Guide To Being:
At least 50% of Team Dinamo don’t have a driving license. That’s why we’re extra appreciative that Kendall has produced this lovely Gravity float for us: