New to Typophile? Accounts are free, and easy to set up.
Hello, newbie to the forum, but figured this was a good place to start. My grandfather recently passed, and I'm working on an art piece for him but I'm having trouble locating a particular font. I want one that will represent the emblems on his favorite car, 56 dodge coronet. Any help would be much appreciated. Looking in particular for letters M, C, G, upper and lower case
This is my first post here so pardon me if I've missed any etiquette.
I have a logo mark which is in development which must be a 3 spoke design representing the 'Y' character. Each spoke is equal length and angle and I'm having difficulty matching it to a font and was wondering if anyone had any suggestions.
I'm really looking for a font where this shape will fit in nicely as the 'Y'. If needs be I'll design a font around it but I was really hoping there was something out there which would fit it.
Thanks very much for any suggestions.
Few years ago i stumble upon some font on old poster, when i tried to find it, via various sites, nothing pop-up... then i thought, probably is old and it wasn't renewed and/or remaked.
But recently i encountered on it again, with slight changes, and most important on a new design, which means - it's still in use, and it exists. Tryed again with "what is this font" sites, nothing again...
Then i decided that i need your help!
This is the font.
I've been trying to find this font all day because this picture is too small and I can't make it bigger without it stretching so I'm just going to recreate the logo but I need to find the font to do that. I'm aware that it's blurry but I think you can still get a gist of what the font looks like.
It says "Just Cleaning USA"
Can somebody help me to find a way to change one font into another gradually throughout a text. In that way that you don't get a sudden change, but if you compare say the first alinea with the sixth, you see they have different fonts.
Any ideas ?
Does there exist any software for that ?
Thanks a lot,
I am also working on Project of an open type character based unicode Font, named "Mher Urdu Naskh Font", that has complete support of Urdu characters.
This font is consist of My fathers Calligraphy, and I had made this font with the complete consensus with my father. Who is a famous and Internationally award holder Calligrapher of Pakistan.
I made especial work for the Urdu Letter ے "Bari yeh". The letters ends on Bari Yeh are commonly not correctly typed in any font. I made work in this regard and in my font all words ending of Bari yeh are typed correctly. TIts Positioning, shape and dot/nuqta below placement is according to International standards of Naskh Calligraphy.
Now I working on kashida support for this font..
I'm looking for a free way to convert the font I've just created in illustrator into an OTF or True Type file. thanks
I had this font at one point on my computer, but now I cant seem to find it and was wondering if anyone knew what it could be. I have been searching around for quite some time but have not been able to come up with it. Any help would be great.
Good day all, I've been trying for a while to identify a font that Dodge uses in its decals and emblems for "DAYTONA" to do some custom work, but I haven't been able to lock it down. Does this look familiar to anybody?
Link to pic of DAYTONA decal:
I would like some suggestions and advice of what to keep in mind when choosing a new font for company that goes with an old logo.
My company is changing its website, and wants to keep its existing logo, but change the font that goes with it. The logo is square, has three parts and is brown and blue.
My existing font on website is Eurostyle Extended, on existing letterhead I don't know what it is, but is different on all marketing tools like visiting card, letterhead etc.
Hence to freeze on one font, how should I go about picking one? Our band roughly stands for innovation, young and dynamic staff, agriculture and biotechnology related business.
I personally like Calibri, but not sure if it goes.
Hi to all,
I am building a code font using Font Creator ... I am amazed how easy this software is to use (so far). One of the elements of the 'code' is to replace all the glyphs with alternates, including the 'carriage return' or 'enter'. So far, I haven't found a way, and wondering if it is even possible.
In application, I would simply take recognizable test, and within other applications, change the font to the 'code' font.
Any thoughts or help to this novice would be most appreciated.
Kind regards ...
Today, Monotype announced the release of a collection of typefaces designed for digital reading environments, including e-books, web content, mobile applications, digital publications and online newspapers. Device manufacturers, digital publishers and Web designers can now turn to a selection that includes some of the most popular text faces used in print – designed and tuned for exceptional readability on e-readers, tablets, smartphones and other web-enabled devices.
Monotype’s initial collection includes multiple weights of nine typeface families, designated for digital publishing:
Hi there, this is part of a clients logo, I've tried the usual sources on the internet but computers can't recognize the font on a curve.
Can anyone tell me what font style the initials JC are on the cuff link in this photo ??
I've tried everything I can think of to identify this script font so any help would be greatly appreciated. I apologize for the roughness as I needed to isolated it from a background in ps when I tried other identification options. Thank you so much. :)
Hi, i'd like to know the font used in the easyjet website banners.
Is that a custom font, a derived one or an existing one?
Thanks in advance.
I found that font and is gorgeous! anyone know which is?
I've tried everything. :( I attached two images of two fonts.
Hi! I am looking for something as close a possible to this vintage Spider-Man font.
All recommendations will be welcomed!
This is my first attempt to get competent critique about my font. So please, Don’t beat me up too hard :)
I will be very appreciated about any critics and comments.
My first serif typeface I am trying to make a little bit retro, fashy, but contemporary.
It has 5 different serif shapes depending on the position of prominent parts of letters (maybe a little bit too complicated, but I like it).
I know there are still many things to work on and improve, but the main parts I am really not sure about are sharp ends of stems. The stems are the only parts without any serifs and I guess it makes the whole face unusual.
Please look at PDF files attached below.
Can anybody help me to find this font ?
It's used here : http://www.itsnicethat.com/articles/student-of-the-month-september-call-...
Thanks in advance !
Can someone help me identify this font. I've looked everywhere and so that I don't have this problem in the future, what type of font classification does this really fall under and what type of serifs are these called? To me the font seems reminiscent of an art deco look and school/marker style, but I'm not sure of that either at this point.
Thanks for any assistance you can give me. :)