New York Times Blogs

aegirthor's picture

Hey all, I'm fascinated by this face used for the graphical titles of (some of) the NYT blogs. I had a look on What The Font, but no joy. It looks like a super heavy Egyptienne, but I can't see it as part of that family... Ideas? Not a custom job is it?

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Ryuk's picture

Jubilat by Joshua Darden comes close but no cigar...

Ryuk's picture

Sorry... Previously discussed at Typophile.com, probably custom. Closest matches found are BT Stymie Extra Bold and LT Memphis Extra Bold (see here, here and here)

Nick Cooke's picture

It's an old Linotype font called Karnak Black. I don't know if there's a digital version.

Nick Cooke

Miss Tiffany's picture

It could also be a version of Beton Extra Bold with key manglings.

Rob O. Font's picture

"It’s an old Linotype font called Karnak Black."
True

"I don’t know if there’s a digital version."
I don't know how there could not be a digital version.

Cheers!

Nick Cooke's picture

That's what I would have thought, although a search only reveals an ornamented font by that name (not Black).

Nick Cooke

aegirthor's picture

Thanks all! That's very useful, and answered my question. Good old NYT.

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Aegir

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