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Hi guys, I've seen this font a lot of places, but I can't nail it. Any help is appreciated. Paul
I've seen it in some book covers; its distinctive features include the narrow serifs on the I and the stem on the U. Any help is appreciated. Paul
It also reminds me of something by Peter Bruhn or Stefan Hattenbach. Something like New Global, but then again...
Yves I agree its a font. Fontdude, post you answer and wait for the server error and then hit command/control [ and then scroll up to topics and then come back down to the place where you posted, like magic your post is there and best of all its only once.
For me, I post my answer then wait for a bit. And click on cancel just before I get the server error. When I come back, my post is here.
Way to go Karen, you are one up on me.
Traitor Con Medium
By George, I think that's It! Good work Justin. Welcome to the forum. I recall help I got from you in the early days of the Script Font ID Guide. Nice to see you turn up here.
Traitor is also used by extensively by Comedy Central.
How Homer Simpson of you Yves
Good call, thanks. Paul
i knew i'd seen it somewhere. yves, ditto on the d'oh! i dig barry's work. but if you didn't spot it, i don't feel so bad.
I can't shake the feeling this is a recent FontFont. But I can't find it. Maybe I'm just confusing it with FF Hydra.
My guess is some of the letters are basenine with others letters being something else http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/emigre/base-9-and-12/base-nine/testdrive.html?s=PunisheR&p=48
I don't think so, Fontdude. That's a font.
Hmmm... I'll really have to brush up my Barry Deck. This is supposed to be one of my favourite hybrid sans serifs ever and I didn't even recognize it... Now I'm embarassed. D'oh!
Glad I made you feel better: this brightens my day.