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5 styles,
2019
  • Desktop
    $260
  • Web
    $260
  • App
    $540
48px
Gauge Head Standard LightGauge Head Standard Light
  • Desktop
    $65
  • Web
    $65
  • App
    $115
48px
Gauge Head Standard RegularGauge Head Standard Regular
  • Desktop
    $65
  • Web
    $65
  • App
    $115
48px
Gauge Head Standard DemiBoldGauge Head Standard DemiBold
  • Desktop
    $65
  • Web
    $65
  • App
    $115
48px
Gauge Head Standard BoldGauge Head Standard Bold
  • Desktop
    $65
  • Web
    $65
  • App
    $115
48px
Gauge Head Standard BlackGauge Head Standard Black
  • Desktop
    $65
  • Web
    $65
  • App
    $115
About

The typeface, originally named Afisha Serif, was commissioned by eponymous publishing house in 2005, and has been used in Afisha, Afisha Mir, Afisha Eda magazines, as well as books and travel guides. Later versions of Afisha Serif included extended Latin set, Caption and Display styles.

The release of Gauge Type Family includes significantly more styles and glyphs.

The Pro versions of Gauge Caption, Text, Head, Display include about 600 ligatures, alternative numerals, fractions, swashes, and ornaments, as well as expanded set of glyphs for most Latin and Cyrillic-based writing systems, e.g. Abkhaz, Bamana, Fula, Kildin Sámi, Vietnamese.

Features

Small capitals, case sensitive forms, standard ligatures, proportional oldstyle figures, numerator, slashed zero, proportional lining figures

Languages

Afrikaans, Belarusian, Bulgarian, Catalan, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Finnish, French, Gaelic (Irish), Galician, German, Hungarian, Icelandic, Italian, Kurdish (lat), Latvian, Lithuanian, Mongolian (lat), Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovak, Slovene, Spain, Swedish, Turkish, Ukrainian, Uzbek (lat)

Authors

Alexander Tarbeev

Alexander Tarbeev is Russian type designer, graphic artist and tutor. He graduated from Moscow Electrotechnical Institute of Communication (1979) and Moscow Polygraphic Institute (1988), and had been employed by type department of NII Polygrafmash (Institute for Scientific Research of Printing Machinery, Moscow). 1989–1997 Tarbeev worked as type designer at ParaGraph.

Alexander Tarbeev is professor and head of type design department at Moscow State University for Printing Arts (currently branch of Moscow Polytechnic University). He also taught at British Higher School of Art and Design (Moscow), and Moscow State University, Faculty of Journalism.

Typefaces by Alexander Tarbeev: BetinaScript, BigCity, Dagger, DenHaag, Diderot, Gauge, Jakob, Lissitzky, Montblanc, Matterhorn, Pankov, Pollock, Smarty, Tauern. He also designed typefaces for Russian magazines Afisha, Bolshoi Gorod, Kak, Smart Money, Ezhenedelny Zhurnal, Russian L’Officiel, newspapers Vedomosti, Noviye Izvestiya.

Cyrillic versions of ITC Garamond, Friz Quadrata, ITC Benguiat Gothic, FF Beowolf, Brioni, Irma.

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