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About Non Solus Font
Non Solus, the first digital version of Eric Gill’s ‘Solus’ of 1929, is now offered in four weights, each with a free italic. The typeface is uncluttered and elegant, more modern and less fussy than Joanna, Gill’s other slab serif, and also possessing greater warmth. The Non Solus family brings a forgotten classic back to active service and you can read the story behind the revival in the Kernel.
There are no commercial license purchase options. Contact the designer.