"Sketches of Frank Gehry" movie title hand printed script

Bald Condensed's picture

Hi everyone. This is frustrating -- I know this one but am currently drawing a blank. Can anyone help me out, please?

Thanks a bunch.

Renko's picture

Looks like a modified Enviro, maybe that gives you a new direction?

Stephen Coles's picture

I don't think I've seen that one. Could they have made a font based on his hand?

Bald Condensed's picture

Yup, you're right. Very bizarre...

Mike F's picture

I had the same feeling -- until I realized that Enviro's 'S' and 'O' were the reason. Now I'm at a loss.

Edit: Oops ... wayyy too late.

Miss Tiffany's picture

I worked with an interior designer who had focused handwriting that very much reminded me of Enviro and Tekton. I'm not saying this is hand-lettered, all of the E(s) match, but it isn't beyond the realmn of possibility.

Bald Condensed's picture

> I had the same feeling -- until I realized that Enviro’s ‘S’ and ‘O’ were the reason.

I guess that's what must've thrown me. I recognized that typical S, but the rest of the face didn't seem to match.

bowfinpw's picture

You know how we are always telling people how easy and cheap it is to make a font from hand printing. Seems like an architects lettering is made to order for making into a font. I think the similar letters to Enviro reflect a simple, quick lettering style -- using only a straight and curved stroke for the S is efficient, as is the back-slanted crossbar on the A. As a one-time architecture student, I recall how good you can get at quickly lettering in capitals. I think this is probably a font made from Gehry's lettering.

- Mike Yanega

Linda Cunningham's picture

Just as Tekton was made from Ching's.

(from an owner of a first edition of "Building Construction Illustrated")

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