"radio" connected neon-like script

becker513's picture

anyone know this one?

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bowfinpw's picture

It resembles Font Bureau 'Streamline' but the letter shapes and strokes are not the same. My thought was a vertically stretched and slanted Font Diner 'Air Conditioner'

- Mike Yanega

ill sans's picture

The slanted version for Fontdiner's Air Conditioner is Rocket Script, but it's still not exactly what you're looking for

http://www.dafont.com/search.php?q=rocket+script

ben_archer's picture

Hmm, Dan that's a puzzler. I've just been to check if there is a lighter version of Magneto Extended but no, Leslie hasn't made one yet so that's not it. Maybe a customised piece. Kaufmann and Gillies Gothic also come to mind.

Mark Simonson's picture

Belair is similar, though not an exact match.

Bert Vanderveen's picture

Reminds me of a IBM-Composer typeface (remember those golfballs?)…

Diner's picture

Try our Permanent Waves font - http://www.fontdiner.com/menu_doggie.html

:D

bowfinpw's picture

Stuart, are you saying your font was the one used for the 'radio' sample? There's no 'test drive' to prove it, but it sure seems to be a match.

- Mike Yanega

mondoB's picture

This typeface is Dymaxion Script, designed by Nick Curtis, available for free download at

http://www.moorstation.org/typoasis/designers/curtis/pages/d_e.htm

privateortheris's picture

Not Dymaxion Script or Rocket Script (close) or Roadsterism or Raceway.

Bald Condensed's picture

Well Dan, even if we don't manage to identify this one, you sure have a number of valid alternatives to choose from. :^)

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