The Gotham typeface was initially commissioned by GQ magazine, whose editors wanted to display a sans-serif with a “geometric structure” that would look “masculine, new, and fresh” for their magazine. GQ agreed that they needed something “that was going to be very fresh and very established to have a sort of credible voice to it,” according to Jonathan Hoefler.
Since creation, Gotham has been highly visible due to its appearance in many notable places, including a large amount of campaign material created for Barack Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign, and the 2016 federal election campaign of the Australian Labor Party.
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Gotham Ultra 1 – [iCiel Gotham Ultra]
Gotham Ultra 2 – [OPTIChampion Bold]
Gotham Ultra Italic – [OPTIAlpine Bold Italic]
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