Tattoo font

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fvilanakis's picture

It looks close to Windsong created for Bright Ideas Magazine

bowfinpw's picture

I think this answer doesn't match this image. There was another post with this title that did show a script tattoo design.

- Mike Yanega

fvilanakis's picture

Mike I agree it's not an exact match,
but if you look at the general style of /E /h /w /b /g you may agree that this is not a coincidence and the tattoo-artist has probably based on this font.

bowfinpw's picture

Fivos, here is the image I am seeing for this post.

- Mike Yanega

fvilanakis's picture

The title of the thread is "Tattoo font" right?
See bellow the image I'm seeing...
and the link is:
http://typophile.com/files/image_155.jpg

Mike F's picture

Very wierd. I'm seeing the same not-a-tattoo image as Mike. If I copy and paste your link, Fivos, I again get the image Mike is seeing.

fvilanakis's picture

Weird indeed...
Maybe this is an problem related to how Typophile server handles/stores images.
"image_155.jpg" (the last portion of link) is a very generic and common filename
and in some weird way it might have been (erroneously) re-used by the Typophile server.

Mike could you try to use the link on a different browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Opera, etc) to check if you get the same result?
Another option could be to clear the cache of your current browser.

Mike F's picture

Yikes. I tried it in IE and got the proper tattoo image. Back to Chrome and it yields the correct image now.

The file name explanation would seem to make sense -- except that you'd think we'd see it often with image_1.jpg and such.

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