Max Fett
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Max Fett is a free interpretation of a Fette Grotesk, initially found in some of the work done by Max Bill during the 30s for Zett-Haus. The typeface was widely distributed as a single cut among former German type foundries under different names: Fette Grotesque, Breite fette grotesque, Fette Steinschrift, Zeitung-Grotesque, Ganz fette Groteske. This interpretation of the source by Herrlinger & Schmidt from 1881 is taking a contemporary approach on heavy squarish grotesks. Max Fett was designed by Weichi He in 2020.

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