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Can anyone help me determine what typeface this is. The 'W' is very distinctive and I would really like to find out what it is.
I cannot find this font! Anyone recognize it? Much Thanks for any help!
I'm looking for this font to possibly port to print material and logo.
Client only information was that it came from a sign shop located in west Canada.
Any leads or help would be appreciated of course.
Happy Sunday typophile board!
/edit: Sorry everyone, realized the name was in the CENTER of the image. Too many design finals have fried my brain.
But if anyone knows where the lower case 't' came from in the middle
-or- the foundry that produced 'Fadeaway' typeface I would be much obliged
Hey everyone, anybody know what this face is?
Hi there, I was wondering if anyone here could help me identify this font:
I've seen this one around in a few different places, but haven't yet been able to pinpoint it. It seems like it's similar to Helvetica, except a bit more narrow and some letters, like "D", "C", and "O" are less round. The "R" seems to be very distinctive as well, with the tail curving outward a decent bit more than Helvetica's "R". Any help identifying this would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Can anyone identify this Optima-esque type used by The National Trust. It seems to have a separate display version (with the distinctive 'y').
I've posted this topic before but I need help locating these fonts. I've submitted new Jpegs of the fonts.
Having a hard time identifying the headline tag on mint.com. If you are looking on the site instead of the attached file, I am looking to ID the line "the best free way to manage & grow your money". I know I have seen it recently elsewhere but just can't put my finger on it. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I spotted a nice font on the Sonic menu a few weeks back, and today I saw it also featured on the menu at Steak 'n Shake. I've searched high and low and I can't find! It's driving me nuts.
Here's two examples from Sonic (sorry for the lack of size):
And two from Steak 'n Shake:
I thought about it being a corporate font, but I am not sure that the same company owns both places. Any help would be appreciated!
Can anyone help me find the name of the font (or similar) used in the image here:
The part that reads "Don't knock the knocker"?
I'm working out a logotype for an individual who is committed to using a script font, but who's product directly references the middle ages. So...as a starting point, I'm wondering if anyone can suggest an example of a font that has effectively integrated Blackletter/Medieval/Gothic sensibilities into a fairly clear script font like "English Script."
trying to identify this font. any help would be greatly appreciated
I desperately need this font for my website, I had it installed on my comp which went on to crash.. now the name is stuck at the back of my head and I can't pick it out
It can also be seen at the very beginning of this video
I just found this website :) .. I was not aware so many people needed to identify fonts until the day I needed one identified.
Anyway, I am at work trying to make a website for a client. She wants me to use the text in the header image of her old site, on her new site. However, she does not know what font was used and the image is jpg so I cannot open it up and check the font..
It would be great if someone here could identify it for me. Thanks ahead of time.
Here is the image,
If possible I would like to know the white font and the gold font.