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Hey can anyone tell me what this font is? I know I've seen it but can't place/remember what it is. I t may have been altered slightly... ie the 's' has been changed.
Looks like Futura Bold Condensed to me.
Nope, it's not. Nor is it Agenda Bold Extra Condensed. :^/
This is very bizarre -- the order of the comments have switched without Sebastian editing anything!?
I'm pretty sure that the DMO part is Agenda but the S is throwing me off. Here's a link to a PDF of the logo (taken from SDMOs homepage) for a closer look...
Where did you take the pdf logo? Did you just extract it from the pdf documentation files at the link SDMO Commercial Leaflets ?
If I look at the different weights of Agenda, the one that seems to fit the best is Agenda Bold Extra condensed. However, if I compare the M in the logo (left) and the M in Agenda (right) they dont' look the same
If I look at the different weights of Agenda, the one that seems to fit the best is Agenda Bold Extra condensed. However, if I compare the M in the logo (left) and the M in Agenda (right) they dont’ look the same
You're right, Michel! May this be a custom work?
> May this be a custom work?
I guess that for logos, this is a likely occurrence. It is interesting to notice that in the SDMO leaflets, when they need a "compound" logo, either they use another font for "SDMO" or mix the original logo with some other font. Here is an example
Ostara is – according to Uli Stiehls fontforgery website – a softmaker-/brendel-clone of Anzeigen Grotesk