Filmotype Ginger (2008, for Filmotype) was originally designed and released in the 1950s. Filmotype Ginger is a member of a range of compact sans serif fonts whose names begin with the letter “G” (a Filmotype convention) that have much in common with Futura—the one-story a, the round dots, the simplified t and u. If there were such a thing as Futura Compressed, it would look a lot like this. Ginger has its own unique characteristics, such as the prominent whip-lash spine on the S and its subtle hand-lettered feel.
Weights & Styles
- Alternate characters.*
- Two stylistic sets.*
- Case-sensitive forms.*
- Alternate superscripted dollar and cent signs.*
- Automatic arbitrary fractions.*
- Superscript and subscript figures.
- Extended language support for most Latin-based Western and Central European languages.
* Requires an application or operating system with support for OpenType advanced typography, such as Adobe Creative Cloud, Affinity Designer/Photo/Publisher, or QuarkXPress. Check your application’s user guide. OpenType advanced typography is also supported by most modern web browsers through the use of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).