ID: Sans Serif embroidered...

lherrou's picture

I'm trying to ID this font - it's a bit difficult to tell what's font elements vs distortions from the embroidery. Any thoughts/suggestions would help. What about that "S"?

james j eden's picture

Schrift?

lherrou's picture

Stephen,

I like the FF DIN Condensed (nice link, BTW), but not sure about the "S". It's very consistent in my sample, but maybe it's just poor programming by whomever set up the embroidery machine instuctions :)

Richard Hards's picture

Well, their website poses more questions than answers.

Richard

lherrou's picture

>>Well, their website poses more questions than answers.

Agreed. Especially since they used Arial to write "STUART GLADSTONE" in some images, but whatever this other font is for others.

lherrou's picture

Actually, the "S" is reminiscent of Gill Sans, but other letters don't match - I am starting to wonder if they mixed fonts in the same string of text.

Dav's picture

The last sample, you linked to, almost looks like 'squooshed' 'Verdana'.

Dav

Stephen Coles's picture

Tahoma?

Stephen Coles's picture

Yep. The Carter 'R' gave it away.

Dav's picture

D'oh, Where is my mind? :)
Sure. 'Tahoma', The slim sister of 'Verdana'. :)

Dav

Lex Kominek's picture

The original embroidery doesn't look like Tahoma though.

- Lex

lherrou's picture

The "O" is much rounder in Tahoma, certainly than in the embroidered sample.

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