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What is the font that makes the words "New York University"? I think the "R" and "E" are dead givaways but I haven't a clue. . . Stuart :D
Don't you think this might be custom lettering? The "EW", "RS" and "TY" ligatures, as well as the two different Rs seem to indicate this. Rookledge's was no help at all. :/
I was hoping to find something close to the base weight even without all those fancy ligatures :D Stuart :D
Check this out this Ludlow font (found it serendipitously whilst hunting for something else. The 'E' snagged my attention): http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/ludlowuk/moreau-noir/moreau-noir/testdrive.html?s=NEWYORKUIVST&p=48 The "thins" are a little TOO thin, but the basic character shapes are mighty close. .