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Gorilla (Regular & Bold)

Gorilla is a typeface developed to support the sports-minded designer.

Inspiration came from a cartoon depiction of a Gorilla I once saw. The way the gorilla's hands were shaped led to the initial "G" glyph and the angles used. Other inspiration came from sports apparel a la Nike, Adidas, and Under Armour. I first created it back in 2009-11 and just held onto it until I felt comfortable enough to develop it more. Now with 2 weights (regular, bold), I hope Gorilla assists you on your next project.

I hope you're able to create some awesome work with Gorilla! Feel free to contact me about creating any characters if you don't see them, I tend to work in shifts, so expect updates along the way. (Possibly a lighter weight) Thanks for the support!



UPDATE 2018: Regular and Bold Italic weights added.

  • Gorilla otf (400)
  • Gorilla otf (400)
  • Gorilla otf (700)
  • Gorilla Bold Italic otf (700)

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