What is the Non Solus font?
Non Solus, the first digital version of Eric Gill’s ‘Solus’ of 1929, is now offered in four weights, each with an Italic included. The typeface is uncluttered and elegant, more modern and less fussy than Joanna, Gill’s other slab serif, and also possesses greater warmth. The Non Solus family brings a forgotten classic back to active service.
The Regular weight has been fine-tuned slightly lighter. Many outline, spacing and kerning refinements have been made, and Western European accented characters added. The new release adds three new weights, Light, Medium and Bold, and all weights are accompanied by free Italics that are only gently inclined and are noticeably condensed in keeping with other Gill faces. More…
Gill’s alternative M is located at the µ key (Alt M on a Mac, Alt-0181 on a PC).
Non Solus Font families
The Non Solus includes the following font families:
- Non Solus Light
- Non Solus Light Italic
- Non Solus
- Non Solus Italic
- Non Solus Medium
- Non Solus Medium Italic
- Non Solus Bold
- Non Solus Bold Italic
Non Solus Preview
Here is a preview of how Non Solus will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.
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