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Could anybody please help me with this one? Thanks in advance...
This looks familiar... Where did you get the sample? I mean, there's a huge gap between 'T' and 'o'...
The sample is from a danish magazine called Moment and is written for students at various educations all over the country. Would you like me to post another sample? If so, please specify which characters you
The closest font I could find in my Sans Serif ID Guide was Agfa's 'Zemestro'.
Here are some caps and numerals...
The the name of the company is actually Moment A/S All I can give you is a couple of names from the colophon and this link. Whoever designed the magazine should do something about the (lack of) website... At first glance the typeface made me think of some of the work made by Kontrapunkt or e-Types... I can post more samples, but not much more info...
Articles from the magazine can be read online at this site.
Nicolai, I followed your e-types link out of curiosity and their mdd font seems to at least be very close. I mean I can't really make out much detail from the e-types sample image provided, but letterforms seem to match up as best I can tell. Maybe it's actually way off ... Is it just me, or is that font navigation method rather unintuitive?
I was just going to say a word or two about www.playtype.com and their mdd, but Mike was faster...
I guess Mike and Jan got it. Just take a look at Nikolai's link (post #102), and you can see key characters like aring, oslash, etc.
Seems like Nicolai got it ... and didn't know it!
That sure looks like MDD... Thanks a lot for your help, I really appreciate it!
Tell us more about the sample, Nicolai. What company produced it?
Looks very Danish to me. I agree with Eduardo: this seems so familiar it hurts.
Good one guys! (I knew it looked Danish: I was looking through the K
BTW Second Danish typeface today!