Pharma is a sans-serif typeface inspired by the interconnection between organic and technological aesthetics. This hybrid inspiration is translated through a sophisticated structure and has been adapted for both print and screen.

Initiated in 2000, Julien Gaillardot began by drawing condensed geometric letterforms that would subsequently mutate along multiple axes. Rounded forms appear throughout the junctions and terminals, expending in soft joints, while in other instances behaving as ink traps. These morphing curves bring an organic quality to the initial angular structure.

Pharma 4 styles

Bold Italic

Pharma Condensed 4 styles

Condensed Regular
Condensed Italic
Condensed Bold
Condensed Bold Italic