sans serif, 1 px width, console-esque font used at semanticarecords.com homepage

amcc's picture

Hi. I'm looking to see if anyone can help me ID the font used here:

http://www.semanticarecords.com/

It doesn't look like a default web font due to its modular composition, and the fact that the page source code's only CSS class with font settings are like so:

.Estilo5 {font-size: 10px}

..which is not a web font. Seems to be part of a custom font markup tool. I've also looked all over the web for a typeface with any variation of "estilo5", and nothing comes close to looking like it.

Any pointers would be greatly appreciated!

riccard0's picture

They’re all images.
For similar fonts, you could look here:
http://www.dafont.com/bitmap.php?text=semantica&af=on

P.S.: “estilo” means “style” in Spanish, what you see in the CSS is the name of some classes which set the size of whatever font is being specified before.

amcc's picture

Aaah, spanish... :P

There is actual text if you scroll to the bottom of the page, but thanks for the link - 'bitmap' was the keyword I hadn't thought of.

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