GS Slim One
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What is the GS Slim One font?We, GalaStudio (Lilia & Galina) represent the SlimOne Normal font from our MELTING FONTS collection. On typing in Google the words “to slim” you can see immediately that the most in demand on the subject is: “to slim in one month”, “to slim tips”, "to slim - what should I do". We are obsessed with the idea to lose weight. It means now to become more healthy, more fashionable, self-confident and successful. Font as an important element of environmental design reflects contemporary reality. We want to respond to this challenge in our font design. Thus, in our GalaStudio the MELTING FONTS series was born. The fonts of the SlimOne family have a concept of disappearing graphic elements. The letters of these fonts look like melting, dissolving into the space. More… INCLUDED: GS_SlimOne_Normal.otf GS_SlimOne_Normal.ttf Numbers, additional glyphs & basic punctuation are included. PERFECT FOR: using in books titles, textbooks, notebooks, different brochures and advertising, especially for kids, home-ware design, packaging design; magazines, posters and flyers titles; logos design, books design, fashion design, slogans etc. :) Multilingual support included for the languages based on Latin alphabet.
GS Slim One Font familiesThe GS Slim One includes the following font families:
- GS Slim One Normal
GS Slim One PreviewHere is a preview of how GS Slim One will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.
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