Help to identify 678 numbers

179's picture

Hello!

I would like to anyone can help me to identify the name of the typeface of the numbers of this imagine, it´s from an exhibition of an artist called Florian Pumhosl.

I think number 7 it´s not the same typeface from the other two numbers: 6 and 8, or maybe none of them are from the same typeface. Or maybe it´s designed specially for the artist.

Thank you for your help.

Saludos!

defiantone's picture

interesting. so far, i can contribute this:

http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/shinn/eunoia/

the 8 seems to match well, and the 6 would need her drop/curl (sorry I don't have the term for it) added, which if you look closely on your sample, seems to be the case. it appears slightly "broken" there for lack of a better word. not certain about the 7 and its origin.

179's picture

thanks defiantone,

you´re right, the 8 match well whit " eunoia".
the 6 look a bit diferent, the x-heigth it´s taller on "eunoia"
and it´s possible the 6 have been modified adding the terminal on superior part of the number like you say, i found an example of this solution on " compass stencil alternate":

http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/tipografiaramis/compass-trf-stencil/

that in the regular version " compass alternate" don´t have this terminal on 6.

http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/tipografiaramis/compass-trf/

anyway, the transitions between the thin lines and fat lines of the number (sorry I don't have the term for it) are more thin on the image i uploaded.

Nothing i found about the 7.

Hope anyone can help or talk us something about the origin or inspiration of this, or "eunoia" or "compass" letter style.

Saludos!

179's picture

thanks defiantone,

you´re right, the 8 match well whit " eunoia".
the 6 look a bit diferent, the x-heigth it´s taller on "eunoia"
and it´s possible the 6 have been modified adding the terminal on superior part of the number like you say, i found an example of this solution on " compass stencil alternate":

http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/tipografiaramis/compass-trf-stencil/

that in the regular version " compass alternate" don´t have this terminal on 6.

http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/tipografiaramis/compass-trf/

anyway, the transitions between the thin lines and fat lines of the number (sorry I don't have the term for it) are more thin on the image i uploaded.

Nothing i can found about the 7.

Hope anyone can help or talk us something about the origin or inspiration of this, or "eunoia" or "compass" letter style.

Saludos!

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