A really modern font to go with Gill Sans

Aileron's picture

I am making a print book and the brand font is Gill Sans, but I 'd like to give it a very modern look, if possible. Has anyone discovered any really new/modern fonts that share the structure of, yet different enough to combine with Gill Sans?

I have a list of typefaces to combine with Gill Sans already, but I'm not getting the modern look offered by so many of today's fonts. They are: Scalla, Joanna, Swift, perpetua, Whitman, Goudy, Albertina, Aldus, Bembo, Berling, PMN Caecilia, Chaparral, Dante, Garamond, Golden Cockerel, Minion, Palatino, Plantin, Poppl-Pontifex, Caslon.

TIA

bojev's picture

Verlag by HFJ - sans like Gill but bit more modern.

hrant's picture

If you'd like something as British as Gill Sans but very progressive, check out Fenland: http://typographica.org/typeface-reviews/fenland/

But no sans for too much text.

hhp

Aileron's picture

Bojev -- I thank you kindly for the quality reference, but I must combine the type _with_ Gill Sans.

A display face would be acceptable, though not required.

Aileron's picture

hrant -- Thank you. Do you think it would combine well with Gill?

I need to use Gill but want to add a font to make the layout look progressive.

hrant's picture

Dunno - it depends a lot on which will be used at what size.

hhp

Aileron's picture

Thanks, hhp. Its a really beautiful face.

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