official government agency logotype font

mariano's picture

Hi!
Would anyone know what font is used in this logotype?
Thanks in advance!

dohdoh's picture

Secretaria is a cut up Rockwell i think. Not sure about the rest

Bald Condensed's picture

Whatever the other is, it's not very good. :^/

DrDoc's picture

The rest of it also looks like (poorly) altered Rockwell. They cut up some of the serifs and extended some of the strokes. It looks terrible.

FeeltheKern's picture

That "c" in Derechos looks like it's pulling its arm back to smack you in the face.

mariano's picture

thanks for your answers. Now, do you think it can be a freeware font from a free-download-fonts-site such as dafont.com? or its a customized work for this client?

Just like you I also think it´s a terrible outcome if they tried to make a new original font for this work.
They have applied (sorry for my English) in all the Province of Córdoba´s official agencies´s logotypes and they look terrible.
Province of Córdoba, Argentina

aluminum's picture

"It looks terrible."

Which, *sigh*, is par for the course in .gov graphic design. :/

Maybe we can spin this...department of human rights...humans are imperfect...imperfect typeface? Bah...I got nuthin.

"Now, do you think it can be a freeware font"

Definitely.

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