The geometric typeface FF Minimum was published in 1993 and extended in 1995. French philosopher, writer and designer, Pierre di Sciullo, said: You need FF Minimum Éclair for the darkness, FF Minimum Ivre when you are drunk, FF Minimum Criblé when you have lost your gun and FF Minimum Toc you need to forget the Letraset catalogue.
To use FF Minimum Bichro you have to be very precise, and everything will be fine. The various Bichro fonts contain only parts of letters. By laying them on top of each other and by giving them different colors, the horizontal and vertical parts of the letterforms will get different colors.
FF Minimum 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.)