Proper way to use Magneto Bold font?

tomjonesrocks's picture

I have a client that wants to use Leslie Cabarga's Magneto Bold for a logo.

Am unsure if I'm supposed to kern the letters so there's no gaps in any of the text or if I'm supposed to leave some of them in. Any suggestions?

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Reed Reibstein's picture

I would have to assume that Font Bureau's sample is what was originally intended. I would go with the standard tracking and kerning, but, as always, you should do what looks right.

Dan Gayle's picture

You can also look at Leslie's own examples in his Logo, Font, and Lettering Bible

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