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I believe this piece was designed by Stephen Sagmeister...can anyone identify the typeface used for the numbers? You guys all have been soo great! Thanks in Advance! d.
hey, Stephen, that's pretty darn close! I think it's a match! Thanks! Do you know any US type foundries carry that face for sale??
hi dc, look to my font NOGA, for beauty numbers :-) http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/fontboutique/noga/medium/testdrive.html?s=23981754&p=96
LOL! true true! Thanks Stephen~ ;-)
You could always try other fonts in the vernacular/industrial vein, like Garage Gothic from Font Bureau, or Emigre's Platelet.
Thanks Heinrich! Your NOGA is a very nice face. Very clean and modern. I like the numbers too; except the Gravur Condensed is rounded on the edges. I will definately keep you in mind for my future uses! Does it come with Oblique and/or light styles too?
dc, NOGA remains with the three weights. without oblique.
What works very nicely -- at least it did for me -- is to use Isonorm Monospaced and add 10% weight to it FontLab or some tool like that -- by using the fully automated process. This rather weird process results in a very vernacular typeface that is strangely rounded and feels strangely un-designed. The only irritating thing about Lineto is the pricing in Schweizer Franken. I tried to contact Wendlin and Co about Euro pricings for Courier Sans, but to no avail...
Thanks -- uh, they're really not that cheap at all. 188 Euro for 3 weights... jeez.
Very probably Lineto's wonderful Gravur Condensed.
As far as I know it's exclusively Lineto. I know, they are pricey. Sagmeister can afford those fonts, the rest of us cannot.
You could also try FF Isonorm 3098 for this rounded "technical drawing" feel. At $99 for 4 weights it's a bargain. And Mecanorma has a single weight for $22! (I prefer the Lineto version though. They've really got some killer deigns over there.)
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