Sans-serif Typeface

bobmarley65's picture

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Walkway Black
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bobmarley65's picture

I have been trying to identify this for a while now but I am no typeface expert...please help!

donshottype's picture

This wide sans with closed counters and an unspurred G eliminates all the usual suspects such as Blair, Burin, Sweet, Trio, Engraver's Gothic, Sackers etc.
I found a few with matching letter-forms for S and G. Stawix Ruecha's Soin Sans http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/stawix/soin-sans-pro/ but it would need to be stretched a bit and the counter on C is not open enough. Svetoslav Simov's Intro http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/font-fabric/intro/ and Code Pro http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/font-fabric/code-pro/ Same problems.
Still looking. If it is an unmodified font it's perhaps from one of the foundries that do not use Myfonts: Lineto, Klim, Commercial Type etc.
Don

bobmarley65's picture

Thanks...I have been continuing my search as well but still no luck.

DPape's picture

Or how about Graham Meade: Walkway Black

http://www.moorstation.org/typoasis/designers/gemnew/home.htm?w01.htm~mainFrame

Ryuk's picture

Wow, another great catch Dick!

donshottype's picture

Congratulations Dick, I do believe you have it!
Don

bobmarley65's picture

That is 100% the same typeface. Thanks so much! I have no idea how you found that but thanks!

DPape's picture

(Job is easier when Don does an analysis of the design ...)

donshottype's picture

Thank you Dick. I always wonder if including this sort of analysis is overkill.
Don

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