Gaytan (Bulgarian for braid) is a fresh new insight on archaic letterforms. A family of two unicase typefaces â€“ a modern looking sans and more classic looking serif, equipped with many alternates, so they can suit any typographic taste. Gaytanâ€™s unique design was inspired by Old Church Slavonic Cyrillic, Bulgarian Ustav and the Russian Vyaz stiles, as well as the avant-garde works of Bulgarian type designers in late 1970s.
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