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I'm hoping someone out there can help me ID the typefaces used in CR. The copy and the headers/drop quotes faces. I've gotta get an article together for uni in the style of this magazine, so it only seems fitting to get the right faces!
Thanks in advance!
Hello, These are two logo options shown on a rough mock up of the Uride homepage and header space available. The intended message is U (you) ride. I'm not a graphic designer so these are only conceptual.
Uride.ca is a carpool/rideshare site across canada. Carpoolers primarily fall into the 25-40 age group and will use the site for school, public, and work commutes. A green approach to helping the planet.
Please let us know which logo you would choose.
We are looking for the most brandable, marketable, printable logo.
Thank you for taking the time.
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.
For one week only we are excited to be able to offer you an exclusive
discount on entries for the first ever Type Annual awards. Between now and Wednesday October 20 we are delighted to offer you a £5 discount on single entries and £15 on group entries. Simply register below.
The Type Annual will showcase typeface design itself rather than work that uses type, creating, we hope, a showcase of the best crafted, most innovative and most exciting typefaces produced during entry period – October 2009 to October 2010.
To be eligible for inclusion, typefaces must have been first released or used within this period. Selected work will be printed in a special February issue of Creative Review.
The categories are:
Display, Text, Bespoke,Non-Latin
Does anyone know the typeface used on the front cover of Creative Review December 2009:
I think it is the same as the one attached too.