Jessica Hische font

urlingo's picture

I like the tail of the R in particular. Pls ID.

riccard0's picture

Already asked (http://typophile.com/node/79940), unfortunately without a definitive answer.
I think it's custom, also used here (scroll down): http://www.jessicahische.is/infinitelyawesome/lettering/afancypantsjournal/

Her website uses, among others, Ray Larabie’s Neuzon, which is based on Tempo Bold Extended.

5star's picture

Magallanes, by Daniel Hernández seems to me to be very very close...

http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/latinotype/magallanes/bold/glyphs.html

...with just a tug on the leg of the R?

n.

oldnick's picture

It may be based, in part, on and old ATF face called Wedding Gothic. The main differences are that this sample is a bit heaver, and the midline has been lowered.

urlingo's picture

Ok. I found the answer. Its modified Sweet Sans.

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