Help identifying the font used on the Brisan Carriages logo.

LeeM's picture

Hi,

Wondering if someone can help me out with identifying a font. I tried what the font and i've had a good look online. No luck.

The font I need the name of is within the Brisan Carriages logo at www.brisancarriages.co.uk and the "Carriages" font. I think it would be a script font.

Thanks so much

Lee

Font: 
Storefront
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donshottype's picture

You could get pretty close to _BRISAN_ with PAG Bankas


with the bottom of the _S_ swept to the left.

http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/prop-a-ganda/pag-bankas/
As for _Carriages_ the g and s, and perhaps other letters are significantly modified, but you could use a script like Amazone which has similar _r_ and _s_ http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/tilde/amazone/ or pick a script with all letters but _s_ such as Commercial Script http://www.myfonts.com/search/Commercial+Script/fonts/
Palace Script http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/mti/palace-script/
or Sackers Italian Script http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/mti/sackers-italian-script/
I trust that another font detective will post something closer for the script, or perhaps even an exact match.
Don

LeeM's picture

Hi Don,

Thanks for the reply. Appreciate it.

I did think Carriages had been modified a lot which is probably why it didn't show up on "what the font." Thanks for the suggested scrip fonts I'll have a close look at each one.

What's hard is my client wants to use the font for the word "prestige" and I'm not sure if picking another scrip font would suffice. I may have to do some modifications as well I'm thinking.

Thanks again,
Lee

LeeM's picture

I found this image. It's a bit easier to see, it still didn't show up on what the font though.

Ryuk's picture

The script is Storefront by Sudtipos Ale Paul using some stylistic alternates: /g and /s

LeeM's picture

Thanks for the reply and for identifying the font. I really appreciate it.

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