Grava

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Designed by Neil Summerour, Grava is a display sans and sans serif font collection published by Positype.

Grava

$299.00

A forty font super collection. This contains every font in the Grava Super Family.

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$199.00

A twenty font family that is included in the Grava Super Family or can be purchased separately.

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$199.00

A twenty font family that is included in the Grava Super Family or can be purchased separately.

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Grava Thin

$35.00

Grava Thin Oblique

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Grava Extra Light

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Grava Extra Light Oblique

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Grava Light

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Grava Light Oblique

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Grava Regular

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Grava Oblique

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Grava Roman

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Grava Oblique

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Grava Medium

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Grava Medium Oblique

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Grava Semi Bold

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Grava Semi Bold Oblique

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Grava Bold

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Grava Bold Oblique

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Grava Black

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Grava Black Oblique

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Grava Ultra

$35.00

Grava Ultra Oblique

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Grava Display Thin

$35.00

Grava Display Thin Oblique

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Grava Display Extra Light

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Grava Display Light

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Grava Display Regular

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Grava Display Oblique

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Grava Display Roman

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Grava Display Oblique

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Grava Display Medium

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Grava Display Semi Bold

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Grava Display Bold

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Grava Display Bold Oblique

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Grava Display Black

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Grava Display Ultra

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Grava is Neil Summerour’s injection of warmth within the geometric sans font category. Historically, geometric sans families have been based on primal shapes — triangle, circle, square — and the more closely they held to those rigid rules, the more internal inconsistencies they showed. Angles won’t match up correctly, letters will lean, overshoots complicate clean typesetting, and idealized circles become grotesque and unwieldy in some weights. Because of issues like these, geometric sans fonts have a reputation of being cold, austere, even a bit “off”. Grava was made to hold a T-square and triangle in one hand while giving a welcoming handshake with the other.

The Grava font family comes in two styles (a normal and a Display), each with 20 weights (Thin to Ultra) and paired with italics. Its design allowed the three scripts of Latin, Cyrillic, and Greek to emerge seamlessly, ensuring Grava will find its home in multilingual publications. Even better, each character in the three scripts is spaced with every other character for a beautifully matched fit, and it’s a buy-one-get-all-three deal since they are all packaged together. The normal style’s large x-height won’t let you down in paragraphs, headings, and any call-out text. And have you seen the angles on those numerals? Pairing Grava’s numerals on a jersey is sure to catch some eyes, just sayin’.

Grava Display is purposefully quirky and sharp, and made for poster sizes, book and album covers, and those websites with a well-defined character — somewhere between playfully self-aware and overtly vintage. Flat edges are abandoned to make way for sharp points and conspicuousness, for geometrical attitude and respectful expressiveness. Corporate reports use Grava Display to take on a professional and current look. The optional ligatures (N–T, L–L, G–A, C–O, almost anywhere an ‘A’ is placed, and more) in both the normal and Display styles invoke a midcentury modernist and high art feel. Now that introductions are done, you can let go of Grava’s hand and put it to work for you.

Foundry Positype
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Fonts40
Price $35.00
Released2019
Favorited2
Styles Display Sans, Sans Serif
Designer Neil Summerour
Licenses Desktop
Web Font
Ebook
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