FF Angie is a French humanistic typeface with small asymmetrical serifs. It is the first typeface designed by Jean François Porchez. Born in 1964, Porchez is the most significant French type designer of his generation.
FF Angie has five weights. Each weight has a true italic companion. The FF Angie italics are lighter, narrower, and more flowing than the upright styles. The fonts include ornaments, and Porchez drew a related family for display use called FF Angie Open, whose heavy capital letters feature a slick in-line cut.
FF Angie won the Brattinga prize in the 1990 Morisawa type design competition in Japan. The family can be combined with “Angie Sans,” which Porchez distributes via his own Typofonderie website.
FF Angie supports 113 different languages such as Spanish, English, Portuguese, German and French in Latin scripts. (Please note that not all languages are available for all formats.)