Paysage is a humanist-style sans-serif typeface created by Anton Moglia. It's characterised by a distinctive "g" and a regular rhythm. Paysage has been designed to give a feeling of simplicity and tranquility to the reader. Its design is adapted to the composition of short or long texts, legends or annotations. Paysage has been inspired by Roger Excoffon's Antique Olive, but it's also imbued with other classics such as Otl Aicher's Rotis Sans or Matthew Carter's Verdana. The character set provides linguistic support for most European languages based on Latin. Paysage is a redesigned and extended version of Garcia Regular, a typeface started in 2016 (more information about Paysage's story here).
Paysage specimen's illustration have been created by Elisa Denève (Asile).
Paysage V1.0 - Blossom
In 2020, the 1.0 version is an update of Garcia Regular. On this occasion, the typeface has been renamed Paysage. This version offers a quite extended, but specially four different weights that conform a real family. These different weights allow for a more modulable diversity of uses! Have fun!