Though we offer these downloads free of charge, the fonts themselves are copyrighted by FontShop International and their respective designers. These fonts are NOT shareware. You may not post them in newsgroups, include them in ftp sites, or distribute them on any media. By downloading any or all of the fonts on this page you agree to these conditions.
December, 2013 — Sharing is caring, and in the spirit of the festive season we have created a series of model templates for you to print your own 3D glyph.
With 3D printing, you can turn digital files into a three dimensional objects.
The template files are 3D print ready and saved in STL format.
Once the files are downloaded, you can send them to a 3D printer and the design will be printed layer by layer to form the real object.
Find out more about the 3D printing process here.
FF Chartwell Radar Web
September, 2012 — Designed by Travis Kochel, FF Chartwell is a fantastic typeface for creating simple graphs. Following the release of FF Chartwell for print back in May 2012, we’re delighted to introduce the web version, FF Chartwell Web. Simple to use and fun to play around with, you can try it for yourself online using our demo. For a limited time, FF Chartwell Web Radar is available to download for free.
Please note, FF Chartwell Web does not work with Internet Explorer 8 (IE8).
What you get
April 4, 2011 —With the update of all FontFont products to OpenType, a whole bunch of FontFont classics is now free for use.
FF World Wide Web
February 24, 2011 — Exactly one year ago FontFont premiered its Web FontFonts. FontShop International was the first type foundry to offer a type collection specifically aimed at web designers: 1250 FontFonts available in .eot and .woff font format, and optimized to achieve the best possible legibility on screen. FontFont is celebrating the first anniversary of this new decisive step in digital typography by offering the exclusive web FontFont, FF World Wide Web, for free. The font is based on FF World by British graphic design icon Neville Brody. This type family is derived from one of several lettering styles created for his seminal poster for the Mike Tyson vs. Tony Tubbs World Heavyweight Championship at the Tokyo Dome.
FF Nuvo Web Medium
February 24, 2010 — The latest FontFont release marks the beginning of a new era for typography – FontShop International is introducing the first ever stand-alone FontFonts for the web. Finally web designers can use professional fonts for their projects without relying on system fonts or webfont services. Almost 40 of the most successful FontFont Families are available from today as Web FontFonts, including [ Link missing ] and [ Link missing ]. Among the first Web FontFonts is Siegfried Rückel’s FF Nuvo, a contemporary type family with vertical contrast.
For a limited time, you can now
Download FF Nuvo Web Medium for free
(Standard End User Licence Agreement for Web FontFonts applies).
Learn more about Web FontFonts here.
FontFont Annual Report 2011
January 18, 2012 — 2011 marked the most exciting year in FontFont history. The innovations that we launched this year received a warm welcome in the design and development communities and beyond. For the first time, we released kind of an annual report to showcase the highlights of the year.
Download our inspiring 52-paged lookback at the highlights of the FontFont year in 2011 (PDF, 9 MB) or browse on Issuu.
FontFont Release Magazines
February 23, 2011 — Issue No.3 FIFTY2|3|4 — More specimens and information than the previous two release magazines. Download the free FF Release magazine FIFTY|2|3|4 (17 MB).
February 15, 2010 — Issue No.2 FIFTY|1 — You will find a lot of practical information as well as inspiring type specimens in the second edition of our FF Release magazine FIFTY|1 (18 MB).
November 17, 2009 — Issue No.1 FORTY9 — Download the free FF Release magazine FORTY9 (17 MB).
FF Dingbats 2.0 Sampler OT
April 7, 2009 —The free FF Dingbats 2.0 Sampler OT font contains a selection of icons from all 12 fonts, including layer effects.
April 1, 2007 — FontShop International proudly announces FF Mt, Erik Spiekermann’s most economical typeface ever. Employing obscure but powerful techniques like vwl mmssn and cap reduction, FF Mt uses up to 50% less paper, screen, and wall space than other text faces without a single condensed letter.