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FF Tundra Family

FF Tundra is a narrow serif typeface with stressed forms and soft contours. The idea evolved from looking at a page in a book of the Bremer Presse from 1925 when Ludwig Übele was fascinated by the balance and incredibly perfect lines. At that time, he was investigating how a narrow typeface should look for optimal readability. In FF Tundra he combined strong serifs, flat shoulders (see n) and open but heavy endings (see a, e, c) with a moderate contrast to achieve a balanced, legible typeface with a certain softness and humanity. FF Tundra has been designed for continuous text, but is also suitable for magazines and headlines (especially the Extra Light) and will surely work in newspapers as well. The family consists of six weights from Extra Light to Bold, each with Italics and Small Caps and many OpenType layout features.
FF Tundra is a narrow serif typeface with stressed forms and soft contours. The idea evolved from looking at a page in a book of the Bremer Presse from 1925 when Ludwig Übele was fascinated by the balance and incredibly perfect lines. At that time, he was investigating how a narrow typeface should look for optimal readability. In FF Tundra he combined strong serifs, flat shoulders (see n) and open but heavy endings (see a, e, c) with a moderate contrast to achieve a balanced, legible typeface with a certain softness and humanity. FF Tundra has been designed for continuous text, but is also suitable for magazines and headlines (especially the Extra Light) and will surely work in newspapers as well. The family consists of six weights from Extra Light to Bold, each with Italics and Small Caps and many OpenType layout features.
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OpenType:
Best for desktop publishing and is the most full-featured font format (although OT-savvy apps such as InDesign are required to access advanced typographic control).

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Created for use with Microsoft Office.

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Optimized for use exclusively on web pages. Self-hosted or hosted through Typekit, these fonts are perpetually licensed based on the number of pageviews per month for all sites in an organization using the font.

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