Alphabet soup is widespread in the Western world, but the specific letterforms often vary from country to country. The German artist Alexander C. Totter made a scientific study of the available styles, comparing form, color, taste, etc.
FF FontSoup Catalan – a Catalonian version – was digitized by Typerware back in 1993 and became perhaps the first printable pasta. Three years later, FontFont asked Joan Carles and Andreu Balius to digitize a German version (FF FontSoup German); the result is an intercultural family of floating fonts.
The easy-going serif face from Catalonia, and the more regularized sans serif from Germany, are each available in three weights.
FF FontSoup supports 63 different languages such as Spanish, English, Portuguese, German and French in Latin scripts. (Please note that not all languages are available for all formats.)