FH Total is a modern serif family for editorial typography inspired by traditional Dutch typefaces. The FH Total family was created based on the fonts produced by Jan van Krimpen in the late 1930s. FH Total Fine is generally produced for headline sizes. FH Total Display, on the other hand, is designed with a less contrast structure. Thus, it shows that it is designed to be used both on screens and in heading and subheading sections. It is a sharp and rich serif. Unlike fonts such as Times and Garamond, it has more elegant curves. FH Total italics focus on distinctive strokes, unlike traditional italic.