FF Blur supports 101 different languages such as Spanish, English, Portuguese, German and French in Latin scripts. (Please note that not all languages are available for all formats.)
FF Blur is a very early FontFont, created by British designer Neville Brody in 1991. He developed the typeface by blurring a grayscale image of an existing grotesque, and then making vectors from the results. Being deceptively simple, his process was often poorly imitated. Nevertheless, FF Blur became one of the quintessential typefaces of the early and mid-1990s, and has remained popular to date.
In 2011, the Museum of Modern Art in New York added the first digital typefaces to its permanent collection. FF Blur was one of just 23 designs to be included.