The original version of Graph was used in websites, signs and posters for the 2014 People's Climate March in New York City. Now, in 2015, with a major U.N. climate conference in Paris, people from around the world are gathering for the Global Climate March.
Graph Paris is designed to help create visual continuity between the marches, while helping the Global Climate March establish a unique visual identity of its own.
Over one hundred Latin-alphabet languages supported, see below for the full list.
Since the Graph family tends to work best with tight line spacing, the diacritics are designed to be as compact as possible. So even if your text has lots of accented characters, it can still lock up into nice, snugly-spaced lines.
Do you know how many un-subscripted 2's a graphic designer at a climate change organisation has to look at? Never worry about an un-subscripted 2 in CO2 again (in applications that support OpenType).
If you have any problems using Graph Paris in one of these languages, let me know: firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes! You're looking at them right now — the same webfont files used on this page are included in the download. The following formats are included:
Commercial use of Graph Paris is not allowed under the license without prior written authorization.
Why? I don't want to undercut professional type designers. They do great work, and deserve to be paid for their labors! If you need a font for commercial use, try buying a professionally-designed one. You probably won't regret it. See the "alternatives" section below for recommendations.
With that said, there are always exceptions. If you'd like to use Graph Paris for commercial purposes, email me at email@example.com and we can discuss it.
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