Giorgio Sans is a sans-serif designed by Christian Schwartz and published through Commercial Type in 2009. The typeface was originally commissioned for use in T, the New York Times Sunday style magazine, along with its serif counterpart, Giorgio. The design features flat sides, short descenders and an extremely tall x-height. The family is available in eight weights with matching italics.
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