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Do any of you recognize this type?
I took it of this Dutch arts magazine.
It's a looker.
Pretty close to Stellar, but I am thinking there is another flare-sans titling font whose name is not coming to me at the moment. (Even Optima is close, but doesn't have the U stem.)
- Mike Yanega
I think I mayy have been thinking of LetterPerfect's "Donatello", and this also doesn't have the stem on the U.
Christiana from Gudrun Zapf von Hesse, is also similar, and does have the stem.
Hmm, I've seen Donatello before, it's somewhat crude.
Christiana, though a looker also, reminds me somewhat of Barbedor.
It's not exactly what I'm looking for cus I kinda fell for the upper part of the B and the narrow T. Thanks for introducing me to Christiana though!
Since we're here, how about this guy?
You should really start a new thread, but that looks like the font Zelek/Zelda that we have written about recently. (Revived for WIRED under the name Zorro).
I think the answer to your first sample is Panorama, using the alternate U. It has the narrow T and the small-top B.
Man, you're fast.
Yeah, I was browsing through the other threads and noticed you already solved that one.
Mecanorma, figures. Thanks again.
Looks like Panorama indeed.