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Red Herring magazine uses this as one of two primary header/subheader fonts. Any ideas?
You might consider Font Bureau's Nobel, or even English Grotesque from Device.
Stee, Here's the link for Device's home page: http://www.devicefonts.co.uk/ If you're looking for an American dealer, Device fonts can be found at: http://www.veer.com
That's too bad, because I really like it, whatever it is. It manages to look contemporary while recalling a vague deco feel at the same time. Reminds me of Monopoly, I guess. Do not pass go, do not collect $200. Oh well. Thanks, Mark.
Great; I'll check those out... Thanks again!
Mark, do you have the URL for Device? I checked out Nobel over at Font Bureau, looks very similar to Nobel Bold, you're right...
I believe it's from Font Bureau -- they reworked an early Caslon sans for Roger Black when he redesigned Red Herring a few years ago. As far as I know, it's not for sale. There used to be a spot on Font Bureau's web site that had information on some of their custom type work, but that page seems to have disappeared.