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Thought you all might be interested in knowing that FF (Fontfont) faces are now available at MyFonts:
Designed by Travis Kochel, FF Chartwell is a fantastic typeface for creating simple graphs. Driven by the frustration of creating graphs within design applications and inspired by typefaces such as FF Beowolf and FF PicLig, Travis saw an opportunity to take advantage of OpenType technology to simplify the process.
FF Tisa Sans is Slovenian designer Mitja Miklavčič’s follow-up typeface to FF Tisa. Whether used together or separately, both of his families are excellent choices for branding projects and complex editorial applications. The original FF Tisa is one of the new-millennium favorites in the FontFont library—known for its sturdy and friendly forms, hence its common use in newspapers and magazines.
FontFont designers have been recipients of prestigious type design awards, but few can claim to have been even before their creations were officially published. Ludwig Übele’s FF Tundra — a recipient of a Certificate of Excellence in Type Design at this year’s TDC2 competition — is now available for licensing.
Meet the informal cousin of the popular FF Mister K family:
FF Mister K Informal
It’s easy to find sans serif typefaces with multiple widths and weights, but large serif families are much less common. The 30-font FF More fills this void. Five weights in each of Condensed, Regular, and Wide widths answer every need of publication design, from strong headlines to readable text and space-efficient information graphics. FF More’s sturdy serifs and gentle contrast withstand the rigors of magazine and newspaper design — retaining clarity despite size, background, or substrate.
Designed by Evert Bloemsma 1998-2001
Published by FontFont
Robert Kirchner, an Austrian FontFont designer.
FF Quadraat is an original typeface by Dutch designer Fred Smeijers, published as part of FSI's FontFont type library. The typeface was named after the Quadraat design studio in Arnhem, the Netherlands, which Smeijers was part of at the time of its release.
Since its original release in 1992 as a small family of serifed text typefaces, FF Quadraat has been expanded into a large family consisting of compatible sans and serif subfamilies, with Headline and Display versions, Condensed and Monospaced varieties.
FF Quadraat fonts at FontFont.com