Based on something?

hrant's picture

If the font below is derived from another, what font might that be?
http://www.dafont.com/plane-crash.font

hhp

John Hudson's picture

The Q is clearly a train wreck, not a plane crash.

quadibloc's picture

I don't know. It's not Helvetica, Univers, or Franklin Gothic. The R helped me eliminate those quickly.

EDIT: Oh. That Q. I've seen Qs with that design, but only on elaborate display faces.

russellm's picture

just looking for that Q, I came up with Ray Larabie's Coolvetica.
http://www.dafont.com/coolvetica.font

looks like a match.

Say, Hrant, this isn't a font ID request is it? :o)

russellm's picture

the internet seems to be broken

russellm's picture

the internet seems to be broken

George Thomas's picture

@russellm, it isn't the entire Internet, but it is Typophile. Reporting it or complaining has done absolutely no good so far.

JamesM's picture

According to Typophile's Twitter account, the slowness is due to a hacking attack.

https://twitter.com/Typophile

Nick Shinn's picture

Good forensics, Russell!

Although this appears to be “Coolvetica Distressed”, point piracy is not involved, because (correct me if I’m wrong) the type would have to be bitmapped to apply the texture, and then re-vectorized.

charles ellertson's picture

The Q is clearly a train wreck...

Even the little blue pills wouldn't help it.

Té Rowan's picture

Naw, if you blow the 'Q' up to, say, 25 lines, it begins to look like a reminder about the overpressure vent valve on the inflatable vest.

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