LTR Slab Extended (previously known as Zapata) will be available from LettError Type soon!
Read more about the availability of the LettError fonts that were part of the FontFont library.
Why the name change? More trademark shennenigans? No. At the time the name was picked from an atlas of Texas. The name change acknowledges this typeface has nothing to do with Mexican / American history and its name should not allude to that either. “Slab Extended” is a good descriptive name that fits well in the tradition of dull foundry names. As there is no pressing trademark issue, there is no problem to mention the old name.
Heavily influenced but not a revival of ATF Hellenic per sé. It was fun to explore the really wide and heavy proportions. It works well in this type of blocky settings with a lot of contrast in size and color.