Font similar to France

Surfer7's picture


Добрый день!
подскажите пожалуйста что это за шрифт
Спасибо

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donshottype's picture

The magic of Google translate;
"Добрый день!
подскажите пожалуйста что это за шрифт
Спасибо"
is "Good day!
please tell me what this font
thank you"
Optima is close, but there are differences in the _a_
http://www.myfonts.com/search/optima/fonts/
I trust another font detective will find a better match.
Don

Surfer7's picture

I think that it is more like Lucida Sans Unicode,
but the letter-a-more paunchy belly and her podnyat up.
Thank you, Don.
The search continues, who else can tell what font in the picture?

donshottype's picture

People have observed the common use of Optima-esque fonts for beauty and personal care logos ranging from Revlon, Estée Lauder, CoverGirl, and Olay to Redken.


Some of these brands are based on Optima, while others -- including the sample in your image -- are derived from similar fonts.
Image is from http://qz.com/121941/see-for-yourself-how-yahoos-logo-redesign-makes-it-...
Don

Ryuk's picture

I'm sorry but I don't see Optima at all... Probably my eyes :) Anyway, what's the sample origin? Where does this graphic come from? A website?

Surfer7's picture

Ryuk, agree!
It is similar to Lucida Sans Unicode but also not.
Yes this site http://sante-clinic.ru/
picture in the background.
Help find out what this font?

Ryuk's picture

Thanks for the link. The closest I have so far is Eastlake but that's not it. I'm pretty convinced it's a font and I've already seen it. I keep searching.

Surfer7's picture

Ryuk, Thank you very much.
I'll wait for news from you

jamesmillner's picture

It's also a bit like a stretched Americana

Surfer7's picture

jamesmillner thanks, really like, but it is not
at the letter "a" belly down, in this case up.
The search continues

Mike F's picture

I've been searching. It looks familiar to me, too, but I think I give up. The closest I got was Agora BQ Light but that's not it.

Ryuk's picture

OK, got it. Telingater Display PT by Soviet book designer Solomon Telingater.

bojev's picture

Great work finding that one from the provided image - a very nice font by the way.

Mike F's picture

Outstanding, Ryuk!

I like that so much I just purchased a copy. I showed it to my wife (who is not into type at all) and she said, "Oooh ... that's beautiful".

Luc Devroye's page on Solomon Benediktowitsch Telingater. Telingater Display is so different from the Constructivist stuff he was apparently known for.

Ryuk's picture

Thanks bojev :) Agree with both of you, that's a very nice one. I like the subtle spike serifs. Very elegant. Looks like they also use it for the building exterior frontside signage.

Mike F's picture

Ah, yes. Hadn't noticed that.

Surfer7's picture

Ryuk, you are smart and handsome!
Thank you very much!
I am very glad that you like this font.
Thank you all for your comments and who participated in the search!
But you must admit RYUK talent and clever.
(in my text may be mistakes, I'm from Russia and I use a translator from google)
Sincerely,
Surfer7

Ryuk's picture

Thanks. Will Always a pleasure, Surfer7.

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