Italian Typography

pcarew's picture

Can anyone help with the following examples of Italian typefaces? I'm hoping to identify both typefaces used in this beautiful signage. Thanks for the help!

Stephen Coles's picture

All hand done and all wonderful.
Fabbrica - Similar forms in Amity
Rip - Consider Metroscript

Nick Cooke's picture

Houschka Black is close for Fabbrica.

Nick Cooke

Antonio Cavedoni's picture

Nice picture! “Riparazioni” doesn’t look like a typeface: look how all the “a”s and “i”s are different.

Miss Tiffany's picture

For Ripararioni you might also consider Kinescope.

Miss Tiffany's picture

... and in some ways I am reminded of Base 9 Small Caps, except the I ... that's off.

pcarew's picture

Wow, you guys are good. Thanks for the recommendations!

josefrichter's picture

For those who came here later, maybe via search: Neutraface (http://www.houseind.com/fonts/neutraface) has somewhat similar retro feel, although capital A is very different.

piccic's picture

To be honest, I think that the digital format typefaces you mentioned have little or nothing to do – culturally speaking, with the styles of lettering samples in the photo posted by pcarew.
These are of course, example of custom-made lettering, and they are quintessentially italian. In such cases, if someone wants something similar, he might consider doing a research and design the letters he needs by himself.

I particularly think neither Metroscript nor Kinescope have anything to share with the style of the "Riparazioni" lettering line.

piccic's picture

A side note: in terms of "handcraftedness" Houscka Black by Nick could do, as a starting point, because it's – of course – european more than "american".

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