"Light e Original" slanted script sans for La Vache Qui Rit - probably custom, various alternatives

czar's picture

Currently used on The Laughing Cow cheese products. I was provided materials from France, but only as vector.

bowfinpw's picture

Can you attach an image of the font you want identified? Or point to a site where we can see it?

- Mike Yanega

bowfinpw's picture

Here is an image of one of the four product lines they show. Is the font you're interested in one of these?

- Mike Yanega

bowfinpw's picture

I am getting ahead of things, but if "Gourmet" was the font, that is Cafe Mimi from MVB. "Cheese and Baguettes" is Bernhard Modern.

"The Laughing Cow" being a trademark, is more likely custom lettering.

- Mike Yanega

czar's picture

I seem to be have a great deal of trouble getting my link to preview. It is not any of the replies to my post. Please help.

Dave

Florian Hardwig's picture

How to post a sample or image
In particular, make sure that:

  • the file name does not contain spaces (or any other ø∂∂ ¢håræct€rs)
  • you have the right Flash plugin installed with your browser
czar's picture

As Vince Lombardi once said, ”Fall down 6 times, get up 7”
Installed Flash, double checked specs on my jpg. Persistance prevails.

bowfinpw's picture

There are a number of designers who have done what I think is similar work, but this is a very casual style that presumably many artists could create. I thought the letterforms of Chit-chat from JonahFonts looked intriguingly similar (if you slant them), especially when looking at more fonts from his (John Nahmias's) collection. The way some letters are made seems like your sample, but I admit it may just be how casual lettering like this would be drawn by many people.

My suspicion is that this may be a custom font, since it is an easy style to create.

- Mike Yanega

Bald Condensed's picture

There are a few Sudtipos typefaces that are quite similar (and frankly look better).

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