Greta is a powerful toolbox capable of dealing with the most complex typographical situations, supporting Latin, Greek, Cyrillic, Armenian, Arabic, Hebrew, Devanagari, Thai and Hangul (Korean). Read more about development of Greta Sans▸
Greta Sans Korean comes in 10 weights creating a tremendous range of possibilities. Even the intervals between the styles are an integral part of this unified typeface system.
Full width design
Greta Sans Hangul a full-width typeface, using the entire 1,000-unit box space for all weights from lightest to darkest. Side bearings are relatively narrow compared to the fonts favoured in Korea, and they are optically adjusted to keep the flow of the rhythm in text. The Latin, Cyrillic and Greek glyphs within this font were enlarged to 125% of their usual size to prioritise the needs of Korean users.
Author & Awards
Greta Sans was designed by Peter Biľak, produced together with Nikola Djurek. Irina Smirnova designed the Cyrillic version. The Latin part has been published in 2012, the Cyrillic and Greek in 2015. In 2015, Greta Sans was recognised by the Tokyo TDC, and in 2016, it was selected as the winner by The Society of Typographic Arts, Chicago. The Arabic version was designed by Kristyan Sarkis and published in 2015. Greta Sans Devanagari was published in 2017, designed by Hitesh Malaviya at ITF under the supervision of Satya Rajpurohit. The Hebrew version was designed jointly by Peter Biľak with Daniel Berkovitz, and released in 2017. The Thai version was designed by Smich Smanloh from Cadson Demak, and published in 2019. This Hangul version was designed by Sandoll designers Yejin We and Jinhee Kim, and directed by Chorong Kim.