Typefaces used on azureabstraction.com

FF Meta Serif Web Pro

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About this font

The most influential sans serif of the digital revolution (FF Meta) now has a serif companion. It took three years and three designers to develop FF Meta Serif: Erik Spiekermann, Christian Schwartz and Kris Sowersby.

About FontFont

The FontFont Library is the world's largest collection of original, contemporary typefaces. What makes the FontFont Library unique is its wide variety of outstanding type designs. The spectrum of styles ranges from tasteful, high-quality text faces to distinctive display fonts that reflect current moods and often set new typographic trends.

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FF Meta Web Pro

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About this font

FF Meta was originally (1985) conceived as a typeface for use in small point sizes. Against its intended purpose, FF Meta very quickly became one of the most popular typefaces of the computer era. It is used a lot in magazines, from the Normal weight in small point sizes for captions up to the Black version for large headlines. Designed by Erik Spiekermann.

About FontFont

The FontFont Library is the world's largest collection of original, contemporary typefaces. What makes the FontFont Library unique is its wide variety of outstanding type designs. The spectrum of styles ranges from tasteful, high-quality text faces to distinctive display fonts that reflect current moods and often set new typographic trends.

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About Typekit

Typekit is the easiest way to get real fonts on your website. We work with some of the best type foundries in the world to make sure you and your clients can use fonts legally. Just drop a line of javascript into your pages, and we take care of the rest.