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oops ...you won! :-D Yes it's Ottomat So what will you come up with now? ;)
thank you Peter. by telling Jack he was "getting closer", you pretty much gave it away. i must admit though, that i searched the PsyOps library before i went to Emigre. I'll post a new challenge shortly.
shouldn't be that easy ... i hope. good luck!
oooohhhhhh... zpunksch!!!!!! i would never have guessed it would be Ottomat... but it sure as the sun felt like an Emigre(ated) font... congratulations Schmidt... i am defeated.. i am devastated i am deformed i am dezpunktled but one day... one day! i will guess the right one...
Uhh...sideways Helvetica R?
nope, not sideways. it's not rotated or flipped in any way.
"r", Kettler by Eric Olson.
hmmmmmmm, very close, Eduardo!
well, actually you pretty much got it, Edurado. just tell me what the "limited time freefont" version of Kettler was called and you are the winner.
It is Indivisible. ;-)
congratulations Eduardo, you got it for sure now! and i didn't even know Eric had released Indivisible under the name Kettler, silly me! btw, Eric, in case you're reading this, great font! probably my favorite monospaced typeface. OK Eduardo, time for a tough one. ;-)
Kettler is very nice. Let's see what you think of this:
spontaneous guess: Radio by Magnus Rakeng
My guess is the alternate lowercase o from Pampa Type's Rayuela It
Wow, you are good, Jes
For a Cortazar fan, Rayuela is a name difficult to forget ;-) and it's only my first pop quiz ID. I'll try to come up with something worthy of the audience, but I need to go back to work first. Patience, my friends.
Here it is, a very telling shape...
Looks familiar... Is that Formata Italic, "g"?
Not Formata. Sorry! Keep looking Eduardo
First hint: It's from a one-man foundry.
Came back from lunch and I couldn't believe my eyes... Nobody yet? Second hint: European.
Third hint: a recent British "addition" to the type world.
What about too much hinting? Good catch, bj. Your turn.
BJ -- that would be an "ae"?
designed during the 1980s.