The typeface FF Meta, designed by Eric Spiekermann, was part of the first group of digital typefaces ever acquired by The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) for it’s Architecture and Design Collection. Why should we care? Well, we’ve been using this contemporary sans serif font for several years in our identity and as a key element in all of our communication materials flagyl medication. Its blend of simplicity and subtle character is a perfect match for our design style.
The selection was made in January 2011 and celebrated in March with an AIGA New York panel discussion that included two designers responsible for more than half of the collection and the museum’s A+D curator. Read on for more on MoMA’s digital font collection.
And since we’re talking type, have some fun with Pentagram’s test “What Type Are You?”