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A spare and nearly spurless sans, FF Aad creates a forward-facing feel with an intense texture. A capable text face in its interior weights and made for larger work at its extremes, FF Aad comes prepared to make a strong statement in branding applications large and small.
Łukasz Dziedzic builds flexibility and range into everything he touches. His large type families FF Clan®, FF Good®, and FF More® certainly attest to this. So when asked by a friend and grocer for something scripty to use in his store, this casual, loose calligraphic script that is FF Eggo was brought into existence, all five weights and ten styles of it including a real rarity for script … italics.
This typeface goes to eleven. Adding the final style, Ultra, to FF Mark required drawing the weight from scratch, since under such extreme conditions a completely different set of solutions is required. Packing serious punch, Ultra achieves maximum density while remaining part of the family.
"To be really versatile—a type family has to span a wide range of weights," FF Yoga designer Xavier Dupré explained in a recent correspondence interview. In sans and serif, the now superfamily builds on the previous versions made primarily for book work, adding Hairline, Thin, Light, and Medium weights.
Trademark attribution notice Aad and Eggo are trademarks of Monotype GmbH and may be registered in certain jurisdictions. FontShop, FontFont, FF, Mark, Yoga, Yoga Sans, Clan, Good and More are trademarks of Monotype GmbH registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and may be registered in certain other jurisdictions. All other trademarks are property of their respective owners.