Petit-Suisse Casino

doudi's picture

Hi,

I would like to ceate a new packaging based on the attached design;
So I'm looking for the "Casino" and "Le Petit-Suisse" fonts.

I think "Le Petit-Suisse" font is Myriad Pro (and all other texts, no?)
And Casino ?

Many Thanks !!

Font: 
Tartine Script
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donshottype's picture

No image that I can see.
Don

Ryuk's picture

Confirming "Le Petit-Suisse" is Myriad.
"Casino" is not-a-font, more probably a custom lettering exclusively done for the company.
There's also Cocon FF used on this label ("L'INDICE CARBONE...").

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donshottype's picture

Finally have image.
I note all of the duplicates for Ryuk's posts.
I don't know who runs Typophile, but I do appeal to them to try and get better server performance. Sometimes its O.K. More often a post in recent weeks has been like a shot in Russian roulette.
Don

doudi's picture

Ok, thanks for info and confirmation.

Do you have a typo close to Casino to suggest me ?

thanks again !

donshottype's picture

In the ballpark, I suggest Crema, designed by Hubert Jocham for packaging -- the name suggests dairy, yoghurt etc:
http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/hubertjocham/crema/
There are also other buttery scripts such as Tartine Script http://www.identifont.com/show?27MD that you might find useful.
Don

doudi's picture

Thanks !

jackwify's picture

The capital M from Gill Sans is based on the proportions of a square with the middle strokes meeting at the centre of that square. The Gill Sans typeface family contains fourteen styles and has less of a mechanical feel than geometric sans-serifs like Futura, because its proportions stemmed from Roman tradition.
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monty77's picture

Hope you get the information you want .
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