FSdesign Filippo Salmina



FS Design is a Swiss label with a neat and unique assortment of creative styles and types.

All font-families are technologically state-of-the-art developments, accurately drawn and proper in their technical realization.

The well developed font-families include a large amount of font styles as well as special characters of both Eastern and Western European languages, typographical ligatures and figure sets.

Their accurate metrics and kerning ensure an homogenous text color.

The technically up-to-date OpenType format allows the support of several OpenType features.

FS Design was founded in 2005 by Filippo Salmina, a Swiss designer with a deep passion for original and perfectly shaped fonts.

Font Family Mimix. The One with Charm.

Mimix is specially designed for comic fans and typographers who like to play.

This font is ideal to express spontaneity and joy of life. Where Mimix is used, there’s life. The characters are lined up in a row, a face is looking out of the page. Big ears surround an oval head. Mimix skilfully combines the elegance of a modern roman with the spontaneity of casual handwriting. Thoroughly developed, Mimix includes ten weights from UltraThin through Black. Unconventional – complete with ligatures, special characters for Western and Eastern European languages, uppercase, lining and old style figures as well as fractions – Mimix belongs in every typographical toy-box. Declare war on monotony – with Mimix, the one with charm.


Test the trial version of the font family Mimix for free: www.mimix.ch


Font Family Sintesi. Sans meets Serif.

You would like to express tradition by using a contemporary font?

Sintesi might be exactly what you are looking for. Sintesi stands for synthesis – the unification of serif and sans-serif into a contemporary font, which surprises with different facets depending on its application. In copy size Sintesi performs like a sans-serif. It is a compact and well readable font that fulfills all requirements of modern digital media. In larger sizes, Sintesi unfolds its traditional character. Now, its strong contrast and the perceptible feather-ductus stand out clearly, as we appreciate it in a historical old style face. Start combining antiquity with modernity!


Test the trial version of the font family Sintesi for free: www.sintesi.ch

Font Family Sintesi SemiSans. Sans meets Serif.

Are you looking for a robust, contemporary but nonetheless an elegant font?

Sintesi SemiSans builds together with Sintesi (SemiSerif) a megafamily. Both Sintesi SemiSans and Sintesi (SemiSerif) belong to the category of hybrid fonts. Each one manages the synthesis between sans and serif on its own way. While Sintesi SemiSans scores because of its robustness and contemporary style, Sintesi (SemiSerif) surprises with a perceptible feather-ductus and traditional forms. Sintesi SemiSans and Sintesi (SemiSerif) can be combined without any difficulty, due to similar proportions and character.


Test the trial version of the font family Sintesi for free: www.sintesi.ch


Font Family Sintesi Sans. Sans meets Serif.

Sintesi Sans builds together with Sintesi (SemiSerif) and Sintesi SemiSans an extended family. However each of the three member of the Sintesi-family accomplish the «synthesis» between Sans and Serif on its own way. Sintesi Sans scores because of its readability, robustness and contemporary style. Its is a true Sans Serif and therefore really flexible, universally applicable especially as a body text font and in a broad number of other applications. Thanks to the good readability and the wide set of styles and glyphs, Sintesi Sans suits to a wide spectrum of applications.


Test the trial version of the font family Sintesi for free: www.sintesi.ch


Font Family Atoxina

Pixels and Gothic Letters? 
Sounds like Klingon.

The Atoxina family is designed especially for the burgeoning market of starships and other space cruisers. The fonts are ideal for internal and external use (including zero-g and occasional bursts of cosmic rays), and with their simplified forms are expected to survive well in non-linear galaxies. With their unusual diagonal half-pixels the fonts are striking as abstract designs at astronomical sizes, where small text may be placed within the black holes formed inside the letters.



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