FF Blur was an experimental sans serif in 1992 by British designer Neville Brody. The designer started it by blurring a grotesque in Adobe Photoshop and later on develop it from making its results into vectors. The family includes Light, Medium and Bold weights and supports alternate characters, case sensitive forms, and ligatures. It also supports up to 50 languages and 5 OpenType features. In addition, FF Blur has proportional lining and tabular lining.
In 2011, FF Blur was included in the Museum of Modern Art’s in New York. Out of the 23 designs, FF Blur was permanently added in their collection.