Designer Ole Schäfer has created more than just a family in FF Fago.
With FF Fago, FF Fago Correspondence Sans and Serif as well as FF Fago Monospaced, he has created a versatile and elaborate extended family. The font is suitable for print, as well as web and office applications.
The five weights of FF Fago have three widths each and matching italics. They have already been put to use successfully in a number of projects in packaging design, editorial design, poster design and navigation systems.
FF Fago Correspondence Sans and FF Fago Correspondence Serif are particularly well-suited to office and business correspondence. The robust word image demonstrates perfect legibility on screen as well as on printed materials and is available in two weights with italic styles.
FF Fago Monospaced is reminiscent of old typewriter fonts. Thanks to the uniform width, it is particularly suitable for tables, for example, and offers a selection of three different weights.
- Linotype blog: Find all the news and important information about typography in our font magazine, our newsletters and on Facebook and Twitter
- New: Between by Akira Kobayashi for only $99* in an introductory offer
- Neo Sans Selection for only $99* – available for 24 hours only
- London Calling: “Type Safari” in London
- Video tip: remembering the font pioneer Hermann Zapf
TagsAkira Kobayashi, Akko, Alessio Leonardi, Arabic, Arabic Fonts, book, Book Recommendation, brand perfect, Buch, Calligraphy, Coleface, deltahints, Demos Next Condensed, Doug Wilson, Dr. Gerard Unger, Eric Gill, FontExplorer X, Font Management, font search, Gill Sans, google, Helmut Ness, Hermann Schmidt Verlag, Hermann Zapf, Joanna, Linotype, linotype.com, Linotype: The Film, Mantika Book, Mantika font family, Metro, Mr. Typo, new, Offer, Palatino, Project, Sans Serif Font, Tool, Tutorial, twitter, Univers, Victor Garcia, video, Video tip, Web Fonts