Greek Font Society
- GFS Bodoni, a modernized version of Giambattista Bodoni's 1793 design. Font details.
- GFS Didot, inspired by Firmin Didot's 1805 design.
- GFS Neohellenic, cut by the Lanston Monotype Company. Font details.
- GFS Porson, originally created by Richard Porson from Cambridge, at the end of the 18th century.
Other fonts include:
- GFS Complutum
- GFS Bodoni Classic
- GFS Baskerville
- GFS Gazis
- GFS Didot Classic
- GFS Porson
- GFS Solomos
- GFS Olga
- GFS Neohellenic
- GFS Artemisia
- GFS Theokritos
- GFS Elpis
The society has been quite prolific in the creation of new fonts. It sponsored an international symposium on the Greek alphabet and Greek typography in 1995. For the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, it designed and published an edition of the 14 Olympian Odes of Pindar using historic Greek typefaces. The majority of its fonts are licensed under the SIL Open Font License.
TeX versions of the following typefaces are also available: GFS Didot TeX, GFS Bodoni TeX, GFS NeoHellenic TeX, GFS Porson TeX and GFS Artemisia TeX.
- Michael S. Macrakis (ed.), Greek letters: from tablets to pixels, proceedings of a conference sponsored by the Greek Font Society, Oak Knoll Press, 1996, ISBN 1-884718-27-2. Includes papers on history, typography, and character coding by Hermann Zapf, Matthew Carter, Nicolas Barker, John A. Lane, Kyle McCarter, Jerôme Peignot, Pierre MacKay, Silvio Levy, et al.