Gill Sans is actually a sans-serif typeface created by Eric Gill and introduced because of the British department of Monotype from 1928 onwards.
Gill Sans relies on Edward Johnston’s 1916 “Underground Alphabet”, the company font of London Underground. Gill for a younger artist had assisted Johnston in its early enhancement phases. In 1926, Douglas Cleverdon, a younger printer-publisher, opened a bookshop in Bristol, and Gill painted a fascia for that store for him in sans-serif capitals.
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