typeface

Does anyone know which font this is? I've seen it many times before. The image is from the mid 70s.

Does a digital version exist? and does anyone have the original sheet?

Any help is highly appreciated!

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What is this font? ASAP

Can anyone identify these two fonts? Many thanks.

For Immediate Release:
Alameda, CA- February 12th, 2013

Delve Fonts presents Rieven™ Roman, by Steven Skaggs.
Available now at: http://www.delvefonts.com/rieven_roman.html

In order to address those instances where the more contemporary letterforms are preferred, designer Steven Skaggs has expanded the Rieven family by creating a Roman version that can be used hand-in-hand with its predecessor, Rieven Uncial.

Greetings typophiles!

Does anyone know of any sans-serif typefaces of the 19th century from England? It's rather specific, but hope many typographically-knowledged folk here would know of some.

Cheers all!

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Suggestions please

Howdy crew, we're currently hunting for some branding typefaces for our screen design and animation outfit called.

While we've got some type directions in place that we're happy with, I thought I'd open it out to you knowledgeable folk to offer suggestions of typefaces that might hit the mark.

As a business we sit somewhere between a creative animation studio (Frankfurter) and a sharp, design-led VFX company (modified Baskerville Old Face). While the worlds are seemingly polar opposites, we feel there might be some middle ground worth exploring.

So ... with that little tidbit of info, got any suggestions of faces?
Fire away with any questions too.

Cheers,

Paul

Hello,

I'd like to know what is the typeface that is used for the main titles of The Streets of San Francisco (1972)?
It looks inspired by the Herbert Bayer and Ed Benguiat. Find below a jpg file of the main titles artwork.
Thanks in advance.

Gerard Unger's multi-award winning typeface now features small caps in all of its styles. After the release of Capitolium 2 and Capitolium News 2, which take advantage of OpenType possibilities and feature a broader language coverage –including accents for northern and central Europe languages– editorial designers from around the globe started to ask for small cap support... You asked for it, we deliver!

Contact us for an upgrade!

My first questions is what is Canon's typeface? In the image attached, what is the title and body typeface?

And then on their website, http://www.usa.canon.com/cusa/home, is it the same typeface or another one?

Thanks for the help!

Hi all, just hoping you could help me out here.

I'm making a type specimen book for my sophomore portfolio review and I'm trying to find distinguishing characters for twenty typefaces. I've been having some trouble finding information on some of the typefaces, so I turn it to you. I need at least 5 distinguishing characters for each, preferably in Roman or Regular, and why they distinguish the typeface. I'm thinking that I'm going to use Q in all of my designs, because almost every Q is different and special. I just need help with the why it is special and wording it appropriately.

Typefaces I still need information for:
ITC Cheltenham
Berkeley Oldstyle
Interstate
Minion

Hi all, just hoping you could help me out here.

I'm making a type specimen book for my sophomore portfolio review and I'm trying to find distinguishing characters for twenty typefaces. I've been having some trouble finding information on some of the typefaces, so I turn it to you. I need at least 5 distinguishing characters for each, preferably in Roman or Regular, and why they distinguish the typeface. I'm thinking that I'm going to use Q in all of my designs, because almost every Q is different and special. I just need help with the why it is special and wording it appropriately.

Typefaces I still need information for:
ITC Cheltenham
Berkeley Oldstyle
Interstate
Minion

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RADIO typeface

I'm working on a project and would love to have the exact typeface of this, if not, I guess I can match fairly close. Any thoughts on this?

Thanks!

Bitblox has just been released at Glyfyx.

http://www.glyfyx.com/digital-2/bitblox-fonts/

Featuring 8 super pixelated fonts: Regular, Embiggened, Stackable, Outline, Dimensional, Monospaced, Blocked and Dingbats.

Bitblox is an offshoot from the Bitblox Alphabet Blocks. The whole typeface comes as a free bonus when the Alphabet Blocks are purchased.

http://www.glyfyx.com/analog-2/bitblox/

Bitblox was created for Glyfyx, Inc. by James Beall and PSY/OPS Type Foundry.

Hi Everybody,

This is my first post here and write with high hopes.

Would anyone here know and/or recognize the typeface that is used for Flickr tags? I've inserted two images which show the tags. The first one is a close-up and the second one has the tags on the bottom right hand corner.

Thank You

Hello,

Do you happen to know what font is used on this book title?

Thanks!

Hello

I'm looking for a rich feeling, classy looking typeface for a men's online buying guide publication. Perhaps something with a serif, although I'm not partial. I have seen ITC Lubalin Graph Demi used elsewhere, and it looks great. We would like to not copy them, however similar recommendations are welcomed.

Your recommendations are much appreciated.

Thank you.

Trying to identify this typeface. Originally considered it as a possibility for Times New Roman, but the "E" and "C" are distinctly different. The rest of the letters are so close to Times New Roman though, so I was wondering if it's possibly a variant of.

Sign is from some outlet store at a mall.
Thank you fo any help you can give!

Having a conversation on twitter.

This morning I was having a conversation with the foundry Swiss Typefaces (@swisstypefaces). They are in the process of designing a typeface called Euclid.

I responded asking them if it was inspired by the Dessau series of typefaces.

They responded “no.”

I was particularly interested in the similarities between the [&] and [a] in Dessau Pro Zukunft.

I’ll let you decide:

Hi Everyone

I'm looking for fonts similar to Academy Engraved in
terms of detail and intricacy. Any suggestions?

Thank you very much in advance

Diogo

The Golden Gate Bridge just celebrated its 75th anniversary. I was wondering what typeface would best represent it.
Some attributes to think about…
-Built in 1937
-American Design
-Bridge Style: Art Deco / Modern

I am leaning towards:
-Broadway
-Gill Sans
-Franklin Gothic
-Din
-Bank Gothic

I would appreciate any thoughts.

Hey there typophilers,

I was wondering if you guys can help me identify "ELIXIR"s wine bottle typeface.

Hi everyone,

I'm trying to identify this Gothic font.
It was found in Tschichold's Master Typographer.

Thanks very much

Diogo

Novo Typo recently designed the corporate identity of the largest women-organisation in The Netherlands; Vrouwen van Nu. An important part of the design is the custom-made typeface 'Caren', a font which we created especially for 'Vrouwen van Nu'.

Caren is a remarkable and playful font, which gives the organization a fresh and modern look and feel. The typeface is a happy mixture between uni-, upper-, and lowercase principals. It is an invitation for all designers and non-designers to play around with text and design.

More info: http://novotypo.nl/index.html

Novo Typo recently designed the corporate identity of the largest women-organisation in The Netherlands; Vrouwen van Nu. An important part of the design is the custom-made typeface 'Caren', a font which we created especially for 'Vrouwen van Nu'.

Caren is a remarkable and playful font, which gives the organization a fresh and modern look and feel. The typeface is a happy mixture between uni-, upper-, and lowercase principals. It is an invitation for all designers and non-designers to play around with text and design.

More info: http://novotypo.nl/index.html

Hey Y'all,

I'm trying to identify a display typeface that is similar to the custom typeface created for Maker's Mark Whisky. I'm pretty positive it's custom, but if anyone knows of a similar typeface (or the actual name of the Maker's typeface), please let me know!

Thanks for your help!

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