Mars 2020

Gallique typography takes its name from a rose. It is this duality between the softness of the petals and the prickle of the thorns that led the design of its forms. Elegant by its curves, aggressive by its serifs, Gallique is a display which has for currently one style: light.

Created with Glyphs.

You can find it here! I'm currently drawing a version 2 !


Poster and t-shirt design ‘The Social Distancing Club’ was made during the lockdown for COVID-19. It was an instant reaction towards people that seemed not to care about that was happening. The font Gallique in combination with Saol Display was used to create a dramatic effect. The details of both fonts are so gorgeous that they scream for attention.


The quarantine was a suspended moment, like the world stopped. It took me a long time to get out of it after the lockdown. I took time for myself. I explored. About my feelings as much as my work and what it involves (photography, typography, color…). I felt in love with the Gallique at this point.


Title: Aphrodite 
Designer: Javier Lopez
3D model: Sofian Moumene
Fonts: Gallique Light by Emma Marichal / Villanelle Regular by Joseph Dennis


“Saving Lives Can Be Sexy Too” is one of the pieces designed by Eva Sánchez Clemente for her Visual Experiment’s Project started in lockdown.


Caption: Bird Of Paradise
Chinese font in use: FZYanSongS-EL-GB
Illustration by: Cong QI



Líbero is an independent football magazine founded in Spain in 2012. We talk about football with a cultural, historic and political perspective. Our design is sober with a lot of text, blank space and big pictures. We always use two classic typefaces: Caslon and Univers, but in special issues we like to use different typefaces. When we discovered Gallique we loved it, and it is perfect for this special issue about bohemian players.



Using Gallique as my main typography element is such an amazing experience. Gallique with its elegant and beautifully serif can really express the feeling of the mood. On this graphic works, i used Gallique in a concert greetings card. What a wonderful type!