Sans Serif font ID needed (nevermind the PS filters)

retoid's picture

Hey gurus, need some help again.
I am recreating this artwork to vector and prefer not to draw the type.
Any clues on what font this might be?

Thanks

bowfinpw's picture

Ray Larabie's Nasalization is similar to most of these letters. I think only the E and R would need to be replaced, and I am sure these can be found in other 'Futuristic' fonts. Of course, some squooshing(tm) would be needed.

- Mike Yanega

bowfinpw's picture

Ray Larabie's Nasalization is similar to most of these letters. I think only the E and R would need to be replaced, and I am sure these can be found in other 'Futuristic' fonts. Of course, some squooshing(tm) would be needed.

- Mike Yanega

retoid's picture

thank you

retoid's picture

this is still not exactly Nasalization.
It's most likely a free font somewhere. Any other guesses?

paulstonier's picture

Looks like a stretched Handel with a line through it.

I'd consider convincing them to redesign it. That thing looks like garbage.

retoid's picture

lol I agree. Oh well I just used Nasalization and altered the P, R and E. It looks close enough.

Paul, trust me, over half of the artwork that comes into my hands to deal with needs to be seriously redesigned, however the customer is rarely for it since it costs money. This is what happens in the world of promotional products and printing...:(

paulstonier's picture

I hear ya. I've been there.

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