Gallique takes its name from a rose: Rosa gallica. This duality between the petals softness and the prickle of the thorn led the design of its forms. For ligatures lovers, Gallique is made to tangle, intertwine itself and display its delicate and hypnotic curves. Elegant by its vegetal shapes but aggressive by its serifs, Gallique is a display which has for currently one style: light.
Someone once told me, « You're a feminist, stop drawing ornamented and very thin letters, you're undermining your cause! Draw something stronger! » I said, « I’m a feminist, so I do what I want. »
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