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When I said I couldn't tell if it was a serif, it's because the ends of the letters (like the E and the N) extend out on one side.
I'm trying to find the font for my blog. Thank you everyone! <3 <3 <3
Can someone be kind enough to identify the following font please, been looking everywhere for it.
Can anyone help me identify the font used on Old Spice's "Champion" branding? Here's a couple pictures:
I know most logos would be custom designed, but this seems like something that must have a font that's close to it.
Hey! I was wondering if anyone knew what this font was off the top of their heads please :) ?
A modular display face consisting of letters, numerals, basic punctuation, and a few extra goodies. Featured on dafont, Free Typography, and Pixel Pixel Pixel.
When using this typeface, bigger is better ;)
Available on my personal website here: http://willryan.us
I was recently contacted by someone asking if they can use a font I created for commercial use (the font is freely available for personal use). I'd like to get some money out of this if it's a possibility. How do I proceed from here?
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I am trying to remake my logo but my brother wiped the pc and the font pack and I have no idea of its name and cannot find it again eeek !
I have tried uploading to what the font etc with no luck
If anyone can help I would be extremely grateful
See the attachment… Thanks!
Hi, I was just wondering if anyone could please help ID the following sans serif font.
The capital 'A' has a look of the NASA font and the rest of the letters have a slight sci-fi feel.
I've attached uppercase and lowercase refs if anyone can help shed some light.
Need help identifying the font below. It is from anywhere between the 1950s to the mid 70s. Any help would be appreciated in finding out what it is. I have looked EVERYWHERE.
I was wondering is there a way to mirror an glyph in Open Type font?
For example, if I type word:
And K as a last glyph, could it be mirrored on some way automatically?
Greetings! I'd like to know the font of following sentences: "Das Ziel!" and "Sieg für HYDRA!".
The former one looks like Tannenberg, but I don't think it's actually Tannenberg.
Thanks in advance.
P.S.: The picture is attached to this message, but can also be found here: http://i.imgur.com/L9oTs.jpg
Can anyone help me with the name of the font in the attached "hotter" logo? Thanks.
Does anyone know the name of this font?
i cant seem to figure out how to make the dashed arrows in this image so i was wondering if it was a specific font that was used to make it if not how would i make it?
I'd like to get a tattoo and I found a cool font but can't find what it is. Maybe one of you can help?
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The Neue Aachen design offers dramatic improvements to a small display typeface family, making it even more powerful. “Despite its limited range of sizes, Aachen has been a surprisingly popular design,” says Jim Wasco, the designer of the new interpretation. “I knew that additional weights would expand the reach of the face even further.” The Neue Aachen family is the result of Wasco’s drive to make something very good, better.
Hello, please could anyone help in IDing this font?
Statut is a ceremonial, elegant and highly readable display typeface with humanistic proportions based on Renaissance inscriptions.
This sophisticated typeface is excellent for a variety of uses, including branding of hotels, cafes, restaurants, packaging of premium-class food products, editorial design as well as for projects in fashion industry. Also Statut will fit within projects with a potentially high cultural and historical significance.
Statut typeface has been created under the influence of calligraphic works by Belarusian artist Pavel Semchenko. Works by Semchenko reveal the essence as well as unique characteristics of Belarusian writings in the slavic writing system.
You can try and buy font on Myfonts.com:
On www.prada.com, what is the sans-serif font on the menu? "Collection" "Projects" "Fragrances" etc.
I would be very grateful for identifying the font from the picture.
Can someone tell me the name of this font or something similar?
Yesterday I introduced "IndyFont" to the InDesign community, there might be some interested parties over here as well, both in practical use as in technical details :-)
Does anybody know what font this is?