Computer Arts magazine: what is the name of the Serif fonts used for copytext?

Astarz's picture

Computer Arts magazine: what is the name of the Serif font used for their copytext?
Anyone?

Thanks.

Lex Kominek's picture

Do you have a sample?

- Lex

matthew_desmond's picture

I've got a copy from August of 2005 and if they haven't redesigned, I see both Din and Times New Roman being used.

ben_archer's picture

Mysterious. The .pdf tutorial I have from CA July of last year lists a number of fonts but not a serif text face; the bodytext is actually set in Syntax and the .pdf was made direct from the magazine pages.

Astarz is it something like this one below? It is what they used in the tutorial demonstration screenshots.

If this is what you're looking for, then it's called Prensa Book, but ITC list the foundry/designer as 'unknown' which is pretty rare in this day and age.

Otherwise you could try asking Paul or Richard direct at http://www.computerarts.co.uk/contacts

dan_reynolds's picture

Isn't Prensa a 2003 release from the Font Bureau's Cyrus Highsmith?

Renaissance Man's picture

Spanish for press, Prensa is a new series from Cyrus Highsmith...; FB 2003

http://www.fontbureau.com/fonts/Prensa

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