Hi, I have been doing research about this font, but still got no clue. It would be great if someone come across what this font is, thank you very much :) Keith

keithluc's picture

Hi, I have been doing research about this font, but still got no clue. It would be great if someone come across what this font is, thank you very much :) Keith

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Ryuk's picture

It feels DIN Black Italic but some details are off: /&, /J leg terminal... Closest I have is Ciutadella. What's the sample origin?
More alternatives so far: Kelson Sans, Abel (manually slanted), Helsinki (not bad but wrong /&), Nudista

keithluc's picture

Thanks Ryuk!!! Very appreciated your help!!! But I think that image just combined with some different fonts.. cos i have try using Din it's quite match with that but some letters like A, M, J, don't mate with the image. But thanks and you have been helping me a lot! thanks! :)

mpheyse's picture

Try Robusta Heavy Italic the /& symbol is correct and the other characters seem right too. Its also slanted

Ryuk's picture

Sorry but Robusta does not look to fit at all to me: /O, /R leg, /&, /J leg terminal... Actually, everything :D

Les ONeill's picture

Flama Black Italic with a reduced sized ampersand

rozy's picture

its either geogrotesque or something super similar

Ryuk's picture

Good call, Les! Looks almost perfectly matching for the lettering. The ampersand is still off.

Les ONeill's picture

What's 'off' about the ampersand?

donshottype's picture

Fun game. Anyone can play. Slant Flama Bold Italic 10 degrees in Fontshop and the sloped vertical strokes on LEKRBFP etc. become precisely vertical. Slant the original image 10 degrees in your graphics program for comparison. Try the game with some of the other font candidates. Most of them do not have a slant of exactly 10 degrees and the mismatch becomes obvious.
Don

Ryuk's picture

Perfect Les! And my apologies for the question, I checked Flama at Village. The italic glyph set is not shown and the typetester shows a different /&. Feliciano shows the right set. So, again, sorry for the confusion. Flama it is!

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