Serif Used on Academy Awards Nominated Movie Titles ????

slocumnavigator's picture

Anybody know what the lovely modern was that was used on the movie titles of last night's Academy Awards (84th)? I'm talking about the pink-hued titles that flashed as the announcers were calling out the nominated movies? Sorry, can't find a screen shot anywhere.

johndiggity's picture

not sure exactly, but archer from hfj was used extensively for the rest of the show.

sevag's picture

Hi Natalie and welcome to Typophile. If I understood you correctly — you are referring to the ornaments around the tittle as shown in the images below. I think ASTYPE has fonts which are similar. Also, have a look at Nat Vignette, as well as at fonts by Intellecta Design.

Jan's picture

The serif in the image is a Baskerville.

poms's picture

The Sans should be Gotham. Rounded or not that is the question.

Some of the vignette design i've seen as a free downloadable vector file elsewhere.

Hm, eventually in this files?
http://www.vectorian.net/download-free-vector-ornaments.html

slocumnavigator's picture

It IS Baskerville!...Somehow the G seemed just a tad more special than the usual Baskerville. Thanks for all your help.

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