Fonts.gr provides design consulting services to foreign type foundries that wish to enrich their collection with Greek fonts, to new titles of newspapers and magazines, publishing agencies or advertising companies. Fonts.gr also undertake the design of corporate identities, signage systems and in general, areas where typography is a dynamic element of the visual communication.

Design for other foundries: Lab Grotesk Greek & Cyrillic, Letters from Sweden

Greek & Cyrillic extensions for Lab Grotesk
Client: Letters from Sweden
Year: 2015-16

Design for other foundries: Giorgio Sans Greek, Commercial Type

Greek extensions for Giorgio Sans
Client: Commercial Type
Year: 2016

Design for other foundries: Sign painter, House Industries

Greek extensions for Sign painter
Client: House Industries
Year: 2016

Design for other foundries: Druk Greek, Commercial Type

Greek extensions for Druk
Client: Commercial Type
Year: 2016

Design for other foundries: Duplicate Sans Greek, Commercial Type

Greek extensions for Duplicate Sans
Client: Commercial Type
Year: 2015

Design for other foundries: FF DIN Greek, Fontshop/Monotype

Greek extensions for FF DIN
Client: Albert-Jan Pool
Year: 2014-15

Design for other foundries: XTrim Sans Greek, Letters from Sweden

Greek extensions for XTrim Sans (Cadillac Sans)
Client: Letters from Sweden, Göran Söderström
Year: 2015

Design for other foundries: Guardian Greek, Commercial Type

Greek extensions for Guardian typeface
Client: Commercial Type
Year: 2014-15

Design for other foundries: Graphik Greek, Commercial Type

Greek extensions for Graphik
Client: Commercial Type
Year: 2013

Design for other foundries: Akkurat Greek, Lineto

Greek extensions for Akkurat
Client: Lineto
Year: 2013

Design for other foundries: Stag, Commercial Type

Greek extensions for Stag
Client: Commercial Type
Year: 2011

Design for other foundries: Stag Sans, Commercial Type

Greek extensions for Stag Sans
Client: Commercial Type
Year: 2011

Design for other foundries: Chalet, House Industries

Greek extensions for Chalet
Client: House Industries
Year: 2010-12

Design for other foundries: Neutraface Condensed, House Industries

Greek extensions for Neutraface Condensed
Client: House Industries
Year: 2010-12

Design for other foundries: Neutraface Slab, House Industries

Greek extension for Neutraface Condensed
Client: House Industries
Year: 2010-11-12

Design for other foundries: Gravur, Lineto

Client: Lineto
Font: Gravur Condensed Greek
Year: 2011

Design consulting: FB Sloop Greek

Cannibal provides design or consulting services to type foundries who wish to expand their designs by adding Greek.
Client: Font Bureau
Year: 2008
Font: Sloop Greek

Design for other type foundries - Berthold

Cannibal provides design services to other type foundries who wish to expand their designs by adding Greek. In the examples shown, the addition of Greek in the fonts Block, Bodoni Old-Face, Akzidenz-Grotesk, Formata and Imago for Berthold foundry, are presented.

Design consulting: Typotheque

Cannibal provides design or consulting services to type foundries who wish to expand their designs by adding Greek. Designing Greek for the font Fedra, by Typotheque foundry, is such an example, which was also awarded at a local contest. Fedra is available from Fonts.gr

Gotham Greek: Design for different needs

Three different clients requested a Greek version of the Gotham typeface by Tobias Frere-Jones. Initially, the fonts were designed for the Greek edition of Domino Magazine by Liberis Publications (the same typeface is also used for the American edition) with a licence for exclusive use for a year and only after permission for hellenisation was given. Two years later, the same font was requested for the redesign of 'Eleftheros Typos' newspaper and a year later, for the redesign of the 'Macedonia' newspaper. It is noted that the same font can differ as far as the Greek version is concerned. The Greek version is usually discussed in collaboration with the art director and every so often, various alternative designs are suggested. For example, in the case of 'Domino', the version of the font that was asked was the one that was as similar as possible to the Latin version, in a way that would ensure the most accurate rendering of the American edition to the Greek while, in the case of 'Macedonia', a different version was requested.