SDMO logo condensed sans

Giles's picture

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.

Cheers
Giles

all about seb's picture

Looks like Futura Bold Condensed to me.

Bald Condensed's picture

This is very bizarre -- the order of the comments have switched without Sebastian editing anything!?

Marten Fischer's picture

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...

Michel Boyer's picture

Where did you take the pdf logo? Did you just extract it from the pdf documentation files at the link SDMO Commercial Leaflets ?

Michel Boyer's picture

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

Marten Fischer's picture

Where did you take the pdf logo? Did you just extract it from the pdf documentation files at the link SDMO Commercial Leaflets ?

Yes...

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?

Michel Boyer's picture

> 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


where, according Acrobat, the font used for "Mics TELYS" is "Ostara" (?). This being said, I am no designer.

Renko's picture

Ostara is – according to Uli Stiehls fontforgery website – a softmaker-/brendel-clone of Anzeigen Grotesk

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