Famous Logos Created with Gill Sans Font

Gill Sans is a humanist sans serif typeface designed by the English sculptor, type designer Eric Gill in the 1920s. The typeface takes inspiration from Edward Johnston’s Johnston typeface for London Underground and the first year when it was released just saw a great success, choosing by London and North Eastern Railway, British Railways, then the Penguin Books. Till today, Gill Sans is still very popular in Europe, especially in Britain and it has been described as ‘the English Helvetica’ because of its great, lasting popularity in British design. In our collection below, you will find some really big English names using this typeface.

Logo Name Font Name
amd Logo AMD Gill Sans Bold
arm Logo ARM Gill Sans Bold
bbc Logo BBC Gill Sans Regular
bradford bingley Logo Bradford & Bingley Gill Sans Light
comedy gold Logo Comedy Gold Gill Sans Ultra Bold
flight centre Logo Flight Centre Gill Sans Extra Bold
grand targhee resort Logo Grand Targhee Resort Gill Sans Condensed
halifax Logo Halifax Gill Sans ExtraBold Display
inmarsat Logo Inmarsat Gill Sans Condensed Bold
international paper Logo International Paper Gill Sans Bold
ipswich town fc Logo Ipswich Town F.C. Gill Sans Bold
john lewis Logo John Lewis Gill Sans Roman
nixon Logo Nixon Gill Sans Roman
oakland athletics Logo Oakland Athletics Gill Sans Bold Condensed
rolls-royce motor cars Logo Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Gill Sans Roman
rsa Logo RSA Gill Sans Roman
tag heuer Logo TAG Heuer Gill Sans Bold
tokyo stock exchange Logo Tokyo Stock Exchange Gill Sans Bold Condensed
tommy hilfiger Logo Tommy Hilfiger Gill Sans Regular
vestax Logo Vestax Gill Sans Bold Condensed