GT Haptik is a geometric sans-serif typeface designed by Reto Moser and Tobias Rechsteiner. It was released in 2010 through Grilli Type. The uppercase letters of GT Haptik were optimized to be readable by a blindfolded person feeling the letters with their hands. This gives the letterforms a strange, quirky and almost avant garde shape. The uppercase R and G are especially unusual.
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