(x) contemporary, fresh and feminine humanist sans - Christiana {Yves}

hanneman's picture

Trying to identify this font based on these letters. Part of a marketing presentation for a new product and is considered contemporary, fresh and feminine.

david h's picture

where's the font?

hanneman's picture

Sorry. I'm new at this. I posted the font sample.

bowfinpw's picture

If you slant Philip Bouwsma's 'Neuhengen', you get something quite close to this. (Based on the the style of the 'a', this may be an obliqued version of a Roman font -- it's not usually the way an Italic 'a' is drawn.)

- Mike Yanega

pattyfab's picture

Resembles Optima too.

Eric_West's picture

Nope

Bald Condensed's picture

I thought so -- Gudrun Zapf von Hesse's Christiana, released through Berthold. Slanted and extended. The Zapf connection was well spotted, Patricia.

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