G-Type is a digital font foundry and experienced type design studio founded by Nick Cooke in 1999. Nick likes doodling the lower case letter ‘g’, hence the name.

G-Type excels at designing logos and custom fonts for leading brands and organisations around the world. Companies and publications as diverse as Vauxhall, Tesco and The Mail On Sunday have had well received typographic makeovers courtesy of G-Type and many more, including NBC Television and Cadburys, use G-Type commercial fonts as the cornerstone of their corporate styling.

Cooke’s Chevin typeface brands the Royal Mail with distinction and is highly visible at every Post Office throughout the UK. Two more popular G-Type typefaces to achieve international acclaim are the sans serif Houschka family and the successful script Olicana.

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