FF Massive 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.)
FF Massive is a typeface system designed by Amsterdam based designer Donald Beekman. With original sketches dating back as far as 2001, FF Massive already has a long history and has since been used in many DBXL designs. The typeface is suitable for logos, flyers, posters and magazine headlines. Be it drum ’n’ bass, techno or trance, FF Massive has a distinct musical background. With its 2010 release the FF Massive OpenType family was expanded with an extra outline version into eight different OpenType fonts, divided in four variations which together form a versatile typographic system. The eight different FF Massive variations enable the user to compose a number of combinations, which can lead to surprising results, especially when using contrasting colors. The fonts come with a manual explaining how the FF Massive type system is best employed. Enjoy!