FF Cellini supports 114 different languages such as Spanish, English, Portuguese, German and French in Latin scripts. (Please note that not all languages are available for all formats.)
Designed in 1974 by Albert Boton for the Hollenstein collection, these particular ‘Bodoni’ typefaces only existed for photosetting until the 90s. Boton designed the digital family’s regular during that decade, and added the italic in 2002. For the release of FF Cellini, Boton completed the medium and bold weights, as well as small caps for the regular weight. He also drew a separate, two-style display family called FF Cellini Titling. The structure of FF Cellini is similar to other Bodonis; in fact, all Bodonis are similar to each other, primarily diverging in details like the curves in O, G, Q, or the forms of the serifs and the arm of the t, etc. Noteworthy in FF Cellini are the ball terminals that are lengthened into drop-like shapes in a, f, j etc.