The FF Meta super-family came out in 1991. It is a lively and friendly, humanist sans serif based on the basic forms of the Renaissance Antiqua.
Over the following decades, many more members were created under the direction of German designer Erik Spiekermann. FF Meta grew into a powerful super-family – thanks to FF Meta Headline, especially suited to titles and headings, FF Meta Correspondence, which is aimed at everyday office work, and FF Meta Serif, the matching serif for the sans version.
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