This typeface has its origins in my sketchbooks and a desire to create a typeface like…well, exactly like this. It started several months ago when I was working on a project that I felt needed an ultralight typeface that was quietly sophisticated, calm, clean, modern, and everything else I think Gram turned out to be. Like all of my current typefaces, Gram is named after a musical artist whose recordings created the soundtrack for the time I was designing it. It was simply perfect that I would be listening to Gram Parsons when I decided to design a typeface of so little mass, much like a gram. Because of its frail strokes, Gram is not suitable for text or other small sizes. Use it when you want an understated display type. It includes a decent assortment of glyphs but currently lacks accented characters.