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      • From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia FF Scala is an old-style serif typeface designed by Dutch typeface designer Martin Majoor in 1990 for the Muziekcentrum Vredenburg in Utrecht, the Netherlands. The FF Scala font family was named for the Teatro alla Scala (1776–78) in Milan, Italy.
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  1. FontShop International - Wikipedia

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    The FontFont library of fonts contains designs by 160 type designers, among them renowned designers such as Peter Biľak, Evert Bloemsma, Erik van Blokland, Neville Brody, Martin Majoor, Albert-Jan Pool, Hans Reichel, Just van Rossum, Fred Smeijers, and Erik Spiekermann. The aim of FontFont is to offer typefaces by designers for designers.

  2. Typeface - Wikipedia

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    A Specimen, a broadsheet with examples of typefaces and fonts available. Printed by William Caslon, letter founder; from the 1728 Cyclopaedia. A typeface is the design of lettering that can include variations, such as extra bold, bold, regular, light, italic, condensed, extended, etc. Each of these variations of the typeface is a font.

  3. FontBook - Wikipedia

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    FontBook is a typeface compendium in hardback published by FSI FontShop International and edited by Erik Spiekermann, Jürgen Siebert, and Mai-Linh Thi Truong.Published in 1991, it has been revised four times, with the latest edition published in September 2006.

  4. Martin Majoor - Wikipedia

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    It was based on Sada (2007), designed by Zoghbi with Majoor as part of the Typographic Matchmaking project. FF Nexus. Majoor started on an alternative version of Seria, but this became a larger project. The result was released in 2004 as FF Nexus, Majoor's third superfamily and FontFont's first OpenType product.

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  5. Logo Fontfont Font Font atau yang biasa disingkat FF , adalah brand yang dikembangkan oleh pabrik huruf FontShop International untuk melabel rupa huruf digital yang didistribusikan oleh perusahaan ini.

  6. FF DIN - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia FF DIN is a sans-serif typeface in the industrial or "grotesque" style. It was designed in 1995 by Albert-Jan Pool, based on DIN-Mittelschrift and DIN-Engschrift, as defined in the German standard DIN 1451. DIN is an acronym for Deutsches Institut für Normung (German Institute of Standardisation).

  7. DIN 1451 - Wikipedia

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    Fette Engschrift is a single weight of the DIN 1451 typeface. The DIN 1451 typeface family includes both a medium (Mittelschrift) and a condensed (Engschrift) version; an older extended version (Breitschrift) is no longer used since the early 1980s, but may still be encountered on older road signs in Germany.

  8. FF Scala - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia FF Scala is an old-style serif typeface designed by Dutch typeface designer Martin Majoor in 1990 for the Muziekcentrum Vredenburg in Utrecht, the Netherlands. The FF Scala font family was named for the Teatro alla Scala (1776–78) in Milan, Italy.

  9. Erik Spiekermann - Wikipedia

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    Erik Spiekermann (born 30 May 1947 in Stadthagen, Lower Saxony) is a German typographer, designer and writer. He is an honorary professor at the University of the Arts Bremen and ArtCenter College of Design .

  10. Neville Brody - Wikipedia

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    Neville Brody is an alumnus of the London College of Communication and Hornsey College of Art, and is known for his work on The Face magazine (1981–1986), Arena magazine (1987–1990), as well as for designing record covers for artists such as Clock DVA, Cabaret Voltaire, The Bongos, and Depeche Mode.