Designed to bridge the gap between Dutch Fleischmann and neoclassical type, Garvis brings sturdiness and legibility, particularly on the web and at small sizes, without a loss of character or a sacrifice of aesthetics.
At display sizes, Garvis shows the subtle inconsistencies commonly found in traditional metal type printing. As the size is reduced, this detail virtually disappears so as not to become distracting at text sizes. Even so, it gives the text a warm, human quality.
Not only is it a pretty face for editorial and book usage, Garvis was built for linguistic and language support, Garvis includes support for all contemporary (and many historic), Latin-based Orthographies as well as complete IPA support.