Triangle A

Kluwen's picture

Looking for the name of this font with a typical A
Anyone?

Ryuk's picture

According to their website, the font is called "bastillefont". As many of this kind of job, it is deeply rooted in Futura. This one looks mainly like a redrawn/roughen/hand-shaped version of it (see printscreen below).
As you're mainly after this kind of /A (which could easily be done starting from /A, removing middle crossbar and "closing" the resulting triangle): Diamonds, Evolette A, Lightyears, many ones at TenDollarFonts (TWOFACED, Echelon, Rathe, Parqa, Fonecian, Finding 57, Harf 77, Labieno, Positano, Marina, Alumia...)
More inspiration: I Am So Tired With Your Experimental Sans

Chris Dean's picture

Now that’s a post with proper (readable and accessible) hyperlinks! Thank you for not simply linking words like “here” or pasting URLs. Writing like that is what will keep people coming back for more, and increase member’s perception of the quality and value of content that Typophile has to offer.

Kluwen's picture

Ryuk, thanks a lot. Good work!

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