Does anyone know any fonts similar to this style?

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paulieproductions@gmail.com's picture

Does anyone know any other fonts similar to this style?

paulieproductions@gmail.com's picture

Need to know any fonts similar to this style please

donshottype's picture

I'm surprised someone with an interest in avant guard fonts has not tackled this. About all I can contribute is to suggest that this type of font might fall into a category called wireframe or into neon. I did some digging using these terms but did not find a match.
Perhaps this is lettering. It might help if you gave some information as to the source of your image, webpage, logo, sign, old book etc and the approximate date.
Don

paulieproductions@gmail.com's picture

Thank you for your response Don,
below is the link to the site where this font is used ...

http://h-w-l-r.com/#/events

The website was made roughly 2 years ago

Ryuk's picture

Only alternatives for the moment: Morice Round, Clip, Paperclip, Interno, Fastenating, Vasy Molo, Relava

donshottype's picture

OK, this is what the site tells me. Based in Australia, like you, "Howler is a multifunctional, multifaceted arts hub and bar - a concept space hidden within a Brunswick warehouse that encapsulates all that is good about design, music, theatre, cinema, art and a unique night out." Seems quite likely that they did this design themselves. It's not a web font in use at the site. If you need further info about the design it seems best at this point to follow their contact tab and ask them. If it is a font they may be prepared to license it.
Good luck.
Don

donshottype's picture

Good list by Ryuk, of paperclip and similar fonts, but none really match the boxy design of these letters.
If you can't get a license, you can make something similar by doing a continuous line of thin width, with narrow radius corners, jumping at right angles from side to side of the strokes in a boxy sans serif of median weight per the model shown in the letters on the website.


As for the H in the logo, if it's a trademark, there could be legal problems if you made an exact replica. But the concept shown in the letters can probably be used in a font design inspired by the posted letters. Some of the corners have to be squared to differentiate letters that would otherwise look the same, e.g. O and D. Note the different placement of gaps in the line used to differentiate A and R.
Possible base fonts include Bank Gothic Condensed http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/ef/bank-sans-caps-ef/ For the A flip the U and add a crossbar. Straighten the leg on R. Have no idea as to the best way to differentiate U and V -- no angles in the design, perhaps add a tail to U.
Don

Ryuk's picture

Getting closer: ABS 6, Bronika Outline, Kneeon, India

donshottype's picture

Corrected link Playtype India https://playtype.com/font/india
Don

donshottype's picture

Persistance has its rewards Ryuk! ABS6 or Bronika Outline could be edited to make a reasonable facsimile. My method of making it would work, but this would be a lot less effort.

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