H1 - gil sans nova, 22pt, UC

Dummy copy is great, but what’s with all the Latin? Turns out, the original Lorem Ipsum comes from bits and pieces of Cicero’s De Finibus bonorum et Malorum (On the Ends of Goods and Evils). We work for good, we said to ourselves, so why not create filler text that’s just the good and not the evil? And maybe in a more comprehensible language?


H2
 - gil sans nova, 20pt, UC

Dummy copy is great, but what’s with all the Latin? Turns out, the original Lorem Ipsum comes from bits and pieces of Cicero’s De Finibus bonorum et Malorum (On the Ends of Goods and Evils). We work for good, we said to ourselves, so why not create filler text that’s just the good and not the evil? And maybe in a more comprehensible language?

 

H3 - gil sans nova, 20pt, UC

Dummy copy is great, but what’s with all the Latin? Turns out, the original Lorem Ipsum comes from bits and pieces of Cicero’s De Finibus bonorum et Malorum (On the Ends of Goods and Evils). We work for good, we said to ourselves, so why not create filler text that’s just the good and not the evil? And maybe in a more comprehensible language?



I'd like to see H3 be Adobe Devanagari Regular, 50px, 300 weight, 36.3px line hight. For bold headlines

 

H4 - gil sans nova, 17pt, UC

Dummy copy is great, but what’s with all the Latin? Turns out, the original Lorem Ipsum comes from bits and pieces of Cicero’s De Finibus bonorum et Malorum (On the Ends of Goods and Evils). We work for good, we said to ourselves, so why not create filler text that’s just the good and not the evil? And maybe in a more comprehensible language?

 

H5 - gil sans nova, 14pt, UC

Dummy copy is great, but what’s with all the Latin? Turns out, the original Lorem Ipsum comes from bits and pieces of Cicero’s De Finibus bonorum et Malorum (On the Ends of Goods and Evils). We work for good, we said to ourselves, so why not create filler text that’s just the good and not the evil? And maybe in a more comprehensible language?

 

H6 - gil sans nova, 13pt, UC

Dummy copy is great, but what’s with all the Latin? Turns out, the original Lorem Ipsum comes from bits and pieces of Cicero’s De Finibus bonorum et Malorum (On the Ends of Goods and Evils). We work for good, we said to ourselves, so why not create filler text that’s just the good and not the evil? And maybe in a more comprehensible language?

I'd like to see H6 be Adobe Devanagari Regular, 14px, 300 weight, 23.8px line hight. For credits, asterix, etc.

 

Paragraph - sabon next, 16pt, U&LC


Dummy copy is great, but what’s with all the Latin? Turns out, the original Lorem Ipsum comes from bits and pieces of Cicero’s De Finibus bonorum et Malorum (On the Ends of Goods and Evils). We work for good, we said to ourselves, so why not create filler text that’s just the good and not the evil? And maybe in a more comprehensible language?

Change from Sabon next to Adobe Devanagari Regular16px, 300 weight, 23.8px line hight. For all body copy.

 

Block Quote - sabon next, 18.4pt, U&LC, indented with a vertical line

Dummy copy is great, but what’s with all the Latin? Turns out, the original Lorem Ipsum comes from bits and pieces of Cicero’s De Finibus bonorum et Malorum (On the Ends of Goods and Evils). We work for good, we said to ourselves, so why not create filler text that’s just the good and not the evil? And maybe in a more comprehensible language?

 

Change from Sabon to Adobe Devanagari Regular, 33px, 300 weight, 36.3px line hight. ALSO, if that vertical line can be removed, that would be dreamy.