Fonts that go with Vogue Sans?

LaraVank's picture

Hi,

So I'm currently considering using the Vogue Sans font (http://www.fonts2u.com/vogue-sans.font) in All-Caps for a presentation, but I can't seem to find many font combinations that I'm falling in love with with this font in particular.

I was wondering if anyone might have recommendations for font pairings?

Thanks,
cosmo

hrant's picture

This is feeling like a pirated design. If so please avoid, and preferably remove the name and link; you could leave in the image so people can still help you find the real thing and/or a good pairing.

BTW does the slot for the "dumb" double-quotes actually contain the text "USE REAL QUOTES"? Funny. But don't they realize dumb quotes can be useful too? Anyway.

hhp

R.'s picture

Quite similar and with real lowercase letters: Durak.

LaraVank's picture

I didn't actually get it off that site, it was just the first link that popped up when I googled it so I attached the link for reference.

Also, this might be a dumb question, but how do I edit posts after posting? I don't see an option to do so...

R.'s picture

And you might try combining it with Corporate A.

HVB's picture

If that's a pirated/cloned/copied design, I couldn't find any other font, commercial or free, that matched it enough. Neither Durak, as suggested by R., nor any of those suggested by WhatTheFont, Identifont, or WhatFont Is. These included Cotoris, Koala, Vandermar, and Darjeeling. Other than combining heavy strokes and thin strokes, they have little in common.

What VogueSans really looks like is exactly what its name says: The Vogue Magazine nameplate typeface with the serifs clipped off.

- Herb

noorett's picture

Hey there, after months of research I finally found the font that looks the most like Vogue's imo.
Isn't this beautiful ? :3

Nick Shinn's picture

The original typeface named Vogue.

HVB's picture

@Noorett - Perla is close, but not the same. Major differences in C, J, Q, W and others. Not to mention that Perla is a serif font.

@Nick - I've found a half-dozen different fonts all named 'Vogue'. Your 1932 sample is probably one of the first. The Vogue in your image (the lower case letters) was matched by WhatTheFont to "Simplo Medium" by Durotype. The headline, in "Stellar", is matched by Spiece Graphics' Stellar Classic.

- Herb

Nick Shinn's picture

How about that “USE REAL QUOTES” glyph?!

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