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Can you guys help me identify the font used in the Opti-Free logo? Just the words "Opti-Free." Thanks a bunch.
Hi does anyone know what this font is. Had a good dig around the net and a couple of books and couldn't find a match. Looks like it's inspired by geometric fonts such as Futura or Avanta Garde Gothic Pro.
Hi, I was wondering if anyone knows why on many 19th century type specimen prints they are often produced in black and red ink. Often they are black typefaces with a red border or decorative elements and sometimes both black and red typefaces. Just wondering if there is a reason for this use of colors. Thanks in advance.
I've have been contacting serveral forums and searching for weeks for this font type from an old Haro Bikes jersey. It's truly about to drive me crazy to no end! Can anyone please help???
I was browsing the web for fonts for my next tattoo idea, when I came upon this website. I saw many great postings, so I decided to see if anyone could possibly help me find pictures of the font in a very early bible from Italy, from Rome or the surrounding area if possible. I just need a few pictures, so I can have my artist draw from them. I am getting the 23rd psalm written out across my chest, and I wish to have the most accurate font possible. Thanks all!
Please, can someone recognize this font?
Any ideas? Im looking for the main logo and the small print.
ie. Green tea...
I have been trying to identify the fonts used in this logo as I have been asked to create a print document based on it, however the company that designed the logo originally is not being forthcoming with the information ... see the attached image, best quality I have available to me
I believe the second part of the font is "frutiger light" from the people at Adobe, but I have not been able to identify the first part, I think that maybe the serif on the 'h' in 'school' might help to identify it,
I created this small website for a client a couple years ago and haven't thought twice about it since. Now they want me to update it and use the same logo/font. Can anyone help me identify this font? I forget what I used some years back.
Hey all, what face is this? It’s kinda sexy!
Thanks - Matt
Does anyone know what font is used for Anthology magazine? Here is a link to the virtual edition of the mag: http://anthologymag.com/blog3/issues/. I can upload a scanned portion if needed. Is it Baskerville? It has that very distinct upper-case Q. If it is Baskerville, is it a new version? I can't figure out why it looks different than other Baskervilles I've seen. It looks more modern and updated and I think there is more space between letters. Thanks!
Can anyone identify this font please?
can some one tell me what type of font is used on the "KENNEDY FOR PRESIDENT" PART
Hey all -
Any ideas what this font is? I've spotted it online a couple times and I think Old Chicago uses it on their menus as well. Any help would be great, thank you!
Can anyone identify the font used in the Logo for 'I Love You're Perfect Now Change'? See attached image..
Doing a motion graphics piece using 18th & 19th century engravings of mythical animals, etc... Very fanciful and over the top. Need a font for some Initial caps that resembles an embellished engravers, similar to fonts used on currency, but more fanciful. Like this, only much nicer. This, I think, is rather blunt and vulgar.
I can only explain what I'm looking for as "Baroque Victorian" which I know is no help at all.
What are your favorite fonts (or EPS resources) for something like this?
LeBeaune is a contemporary lapidary engraved font with many ligatures and alternative letters.
This font was at first drawn for the famous town in Burgundy (France) for its corporate identity and signage.
This version is entirely redrawn and digitalized.
It's an openType font.
You can have a preview, download the specimen and buy at:
I've been trying to find out what font this is… no luck so far. I feel like it must be so obvious I'm overlooking it.
Thanks in advance!
I need a beautiful E for a design.
iit has to be unique and powerful.
i was thinking more of a decorative e than serif or sans serif.
could you help me out?
I've been trying to create a website for my software design company and, at least for some of its functions, I think a unicase sans-serif font would look good. I used some font creation software to create a unicase version of Myriad Pro, but it's nothing polished—I'm only an amateur at typography. It represents the basic look of the unicase font I'd like to see, but do you know of any already-created fonts that might bear some resemblance to it? I included in the title of my post the phrase, "the new standard", because I feel as if some of the existing unicase fonts aren't quite up to par with the "classics" of Helvetica, Myriad, Frutiger, etc.
Can anyone help me ID this font? I made the mistake of outlining the font and not saving the original!
Anyone have an idea on this one? I've seen Q's like that before, but I've gone through a bunch of my fonts with no luck.
Due to several requests and many of you creative types (excuse the pun) not having had time to get round to organising your submissions for our first Type Annual, we've decided to be accommodating and extend the deadline. You now have until November 5 to submit your entries.
We've also added a new judge to our panel. John Bateson, acting Course Director at the UAL MA Graphic branding and identity course
and current Chairman of the Typographic Circle Association will be joining Mark, Coralie, Andy and Fiona.
The Creative Review Type Annual will be published with next February's issue.