Granville is a sans-serif typeface designed by Jean-Baptiste Levée of French foundry Production Type. The design features high stroke contrast, but unlike other thick-thin sans-serifs, the letterforms remain sturdy enough at small sizes to allow Granville to work as a text face. The family is available in three weights—light, regular and bold—with matching italics.
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