Granjon font is the old-style serif typeface that was designed for the British branch of linotype by the famous font designer George W. Garamond Jones in the period of 1928–1929, and this typeface is basically based on Garamond Font.
This font is much less crisp in reduce as we compare with the Sabon Font, Stempel Garamond, what so ever this typeface provides a great readable text face that provides a great experience to the readers.
Granjon font is the regular typeface that is mostly used for its bold weight and copy and paste function. This roman typeface can also be used for its font generator function.
If you are looking for some more information about this font then keep scrolling.
View of Granjon Font
Below we are sharing the styling of this typeface so you can get the idea of how it will look in your designs.
The impactful nature of this font makes this typeface useful in many different projects.
- Event and conference spaces
- Posters, banners, and billboards
- Office branding
- Animated logos
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Granjon is the free typeface that can be used in any of your personal projects without being asked but for the commercial projects, it will require permission.
Granjon Font Usage Guide
Want to use this typeface in your design so just hit the below read usage guide and start using this font.
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Similar Fonts to Granjon
- FF Parango
- FF Reminga
Font Family Includes
- Granjon Roman
- Granjon Italic
- Granjon Bold
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What Type of Font Is Granjon?
Granjon is the old-style serif typeface was designed for the British branch of linotype by the famous font designer George W. Garamond Jones in the period of 1928–1929,
Can I Use Granjon Font on My Website?
Yes! You can use the Granjon Roman website on your website and can make your website design more beautiful.
Is Granjon a Free Font?
The Granjon Roman font is available to download free for personal use but if you want to use it for commercial purposes then you might need permission from the owner.
What’s the Closest Font to Granjon?
The Gotham Font is very close to the Granjon Roman font.
How to Install Granjon Font in Adobe, Ms. Word, Mac, or PC?
You can check out our Font Installation guide for windows or a separate guide on the installation of Fonts in Mac. However, we are also providing you a separate guide about how to install this typeface in MS Word as well as in Adobe.