FF Scala in use
FF Scala was FontShop’s ﬁrst serious textface, now it is one of its bestselling fonts. Since its release in 1991 it has been used quite widely throughout the world.
To mention just a few examples: KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, The Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, Los Angeles Mertro, Taschen Verlag, Treaty of Lisbon 2007, Lexus Cars, JBL Sound Systems, Chicago Manual of Style, Bodies - The Exhibition.
In 2010 the MoA (Museum of Art Seoul National University) in Korea acquired FF Scala for its permanent collection, the ‘Design and Crafts’ collection.
down to see some of the best examples of FF Scala in use. At the
bottom you will ﬁnd the ﬁrst official use of Scala (one year before it
became FF Scala), in the ‘Maandagenda’ (monthly magazine) of
Muziekcentrum Vredenburg in Utrecht, dated January 1990.
Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago
Museum of Art, Seoul. Aquisition of FF Scala.
Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg (1995-2001)
The Chicago Manual of Style (cover and inside typography)
Some book covers
Algemeen Dagblad (Dutch news paper)
Scala in metal and stone
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
Scala in the street
JBL Sound Systems
Metro Los Angeles
Collins Publishers (design: Mark Thomson)
The Elements of Typographic Style (design: Robert Bringhurst)
Thinking with Type (design: Ellen Lupton)
Invitation and book — First use of Scala in US, design: Ellen Lupton, 1991-92
The beginning — First official use of Scala (design: Jan Willem den Hartog, 1989)