Help identify this

ganesh's picture

On the cover of german design magazine PAGE.

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pattyfab's picture

I'm guessing custom.

thierry blancpain's picture

your attached image is probably a CMYK-image, which wont show up in many (or all?) browsers. but i assume you mean the logo of PAGE, which can be seen on their website. afaik this is custom, im pretty sure i have read about that before.

ganesh's picture

You are right, kesh. CMYK. Sorry for that. I will repost it when I am back at the office.
I dont mean the Page logo though, but a headline: »DIE SIEBEN WEBWUNDER« a sturdy geometric allcaps? font. Have a look here >

ganesh's picture

here

bowfinpw's picture

You probably don't want to hear what I think about square 'Techno' fonts, but let's just say that they are hard for me to ID because there is too little that's memorable about them.

I looked through the Indie Fonts Book 2, and spotted something quite close to the 'DIE 7 WEB WUNDER' lettering -- close enough to make modification easy -- and it's 'Tremble' by Adam Hayes of Identikal. The only letters you would need to modify are the U, N and R -- all relatively simple forms that you could make from other letters in the font. In fact, the R looks like it might have been made from the K or k; and the U & N could be made by deleting one line of the O.

If that approach doesn't appeal to you, I'd start searching the Dafont.com 'Techno' category for a freebie, if no one else ID's this.

- Mike Yanega

ganesh's picture

Its Generation ABold. ACME-Fonts.

bowfinpw's picture

Could you provide a link? Google seems confused about where to find this.

- Mike Yanega

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