Gebrauschgraphik, a German Art Deco Brutalist Font




Gebrauschgraphik was the German equivalent of the American magazine Advertising Arts Annual and had the same concept of collecting photos and tear sheets of magazine ads for each year to provide a kind of snapshot of design for the year. Every issue featured a unique cover with original title lettering.

Our Gebrauschgraphik font is based on the uniquely brutalistic Art Deco lettering from one cover in the late 1920s.  It’s a bizarre asymetrical style with very heavy serifs and customized kerning which is different for the upper and lower case although they share one set of character forms.

There is no demo version of Gebrauschgraphik. But you can ORDER the full version online for only $24

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