Coco Gothic is a contemporary take on the retro geometric sans serif style
of early XX century typefaces like Futura and Avantgarde. The cold, geometrical shapes
typical of those modernist typefaces have been made softer and more contemporary
by visual corrections and slightly rounded corners and a minimalistic design feel.
The name of the typeface family comes from the nickname
of french designer and fashion beloved icon Coco Chanel.
It comes in six weights with matching italics and features an extended character set
with open type support for small caps, ligatures, alternates, European languages,
Greek and Cyrillic alphabets. In 2017 a revised version was released, including
12 alternate and 12 smallcaps weights for a total of 36 fonts
ready to solve your design problems.
Equipped with a rich array of historical variants, Coco Gothic is also an encyclopedia of styles from the last century, ready to transform itself and adapt to the mood of your text.