News: Tagged as Poster
The overview includes: A big sample word, a character set extract (both are identical throughout all styles, so you can compare them between each other), an extract of Jonathan Swift’s Gulliver’s Travel as sample copy in 12 and 14pt, plus an overview of the symbols that are included in FF Franziska (line thickness of the symbols correspond to the weight of the style).
As one of the most characteristic letters in any typeface, especially in FF Franziska, ‘g’ was the perfect choice of letter to act as the inspiration for the poster artwork.
We will be offering a few lucky font fans the chance to get their hands on one of these in our next FontFont Newsletter. If you haven’t subscribed to it yet you can do so via this link!
Above: The colors correspond to the colors of the 'g’ rendered on a screen in 10pt.
About FF Franziska
Started as a master thesis at Muthesius Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Kiel (Germany) under the guidance of Albert-Jan Pool and Prof. André Heers in 2012, Jakob Runge created FF Franziska a robust serif type family for setting body copy as well as headlines using Hairline and Black. The typeface has been conceived as a hybrid of a serif and slab serif which becomes evident when comparing the weights from Hairline to Black. It has a generous x-height and short descenders. The italics have a rather slight angle of slope and playful shapes derived from handwriting. A range of icons including various arrows and signs like thumb up and down complement the usual figure sets, small caps and stylistic alternates.
In celebration of the incredible extension of FF Good we created a A1 sized colour scale poster using four Pantone colours (Pantone Violet, Pantone Green, Pantone Orange 021 and Pantone 806) displaying all 96 styles.
Copies of the fantastic poster will be available at TYPO Berlin this coming May.
About FF Good
FF Good is a straight-sided sans serif in the American Gothic tradition, designed by Warsaw-based Łukasz Dziedzic. Despite having something of an “old-fashioned” heritage, FF Good feels new. Many customers agree: the sturdy, legible forms of FF Good have been put to good use in the Polish-language tech magazine ‘Komputer Swiat’, the German and Russian edition of British celebrity tabloid OK!, and AP’s (Associated Press) new corporate design.