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Released in 1991. It was FontShop’s first serious textface, now it is one of its bestselling fonts. FF Scala has been used by KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, The Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, Los Angeles Mertro, Taschen Verlag, Treaty of Lisbon 2007, Chicago Manual of Style and for numerous other designs. 

 You can buy FF Scala here at the FontFont Online Shop.

Released in 2021.  It is a sans typeface for it has no serifs. No wait, it is a typical serif typeface with its high contrast. Strictly speaking, Comma Base is a missing link between serif & sans. In fact it combines the best of both worlds…

   You can buy Comma Base here at Fontspring.

The Questa Project is a typeface superfamily, containing a serif, a sans, a slab and a matching display version. The inclusion of small caps, four sets of figures, ligatures and extended language support makes Questa a real workhorse. The Questa Project is a collaborative type design project by Jos Buivenga (exljbris) and Martin Majoor.

   You can buy Questa here at Fontspring.

Released in 2000. My ‘literary’ typeface with long ascenders and descenders, both in serif and in sans, and with an upright italic. In 2003 the FF Seria family won two awards: a Certificate of Excellence from the ISTD in London and a Certificate of Excellence in Type Design from the ATypI in Moscow.

 You can buy FF Seria here at the FontFont Online Shop.

Released in 2004. A unique concept consisting of three ‘connected’ typefaces: a serif, a sans and a slab. It was released as FontShop’s first textface in the OpenType format. In 2006 the FF Nexus family won the first prize at the Creative Review Type Design Awards in London, in the category Text Families.

 You can buy FF Nexus here at the FontFont Online Shop.

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