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FF67 New Language Extension and New Styles: FF Max Cyrillic & FF Max Condensed

June 18th, 2014

FF Max

Inspired by Aldo Novarese’s Eurostile (1962) but rounder and friendlier in form, Morten Olsen’s humanist sans serif works well as a headline face for both magazines and newspapers whilst also working well in small point sizes. For this latest release Morten substantially extended FF Max’s 18 normal-width styles with 18 condensed styles, all of which now have their own Cyrillic versions.

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FF Max weights

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Extra Light & Extra Light Italic

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Light & Light Italic

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Regular & Regular Italic

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Book & Book Italic

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Demi Bold & Demi Bold Italic

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Bold & Bold Italic

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Extra Bold & Extra Bold Italic

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Black & Black Italic

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Fat & Fat Italic

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FF Max Condensed

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With the new condensed styles FF Max can now be used for an even wider range of tasks, and the language extension makes it functional for all of our customers who need Cyrillic characters for writing Russian, Bulgarian and other Cyrillic-based languages.

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FF Max Condensed

Extra Light & Extra Light Italic

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Light & Light Italic

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Regular & Regular Italic

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Book & Book Italic

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Demi Bold & Demi Bold Italic

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Bold & Bold Italic

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Extra Bold & Extra Bold Italic

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Black & Black Italic

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Fat & Fat Italic

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