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Can anyone ID these two fonts being used in AT&T advertisements? Are they custom? And if so, any idea as to the foundry?
I am creating a poster brochure aimed at teenagers but still appealing to adults - parents and teachers. I want a body font stylish, modern, with an edge. I've used Univers for one of the headings and the company's logo is in prosper-book.
I want something nice and readible and breezy. I was looking at Optima but it's a bit too old fashioned and I was looking at using univers for the body but I'm sure if its as readible and I'm not sure which weight to use.
Any suggestions appreciated, thanks!
Thought I knew what this was but I don't and now it's killing me. Can you help a brother out? I'd much appreciate it. Thank you in advance.
Does anyone know the name of this font? Help is greatly appreciated :)
Can anyone name this? I think the same font was used on Godard's DVD packaging for Breathless. A close guess is Highbus-Bold, but that isn't it.
Thanks in advance,
I have been reading this book called "Manual of graphic techniques 3" (old, but quite an interesting read) and one of the samples used there caught my eye.
I thought it's just a hand-drawn sample of type treatment, not a typeface itself, as I couldn't find any information about it in the credits. I like it so much, I was thinking of making the rest of the alphabet.
I guess I'm too naive and inexperienced, just recently stumbled into some artwork with the same looking type in it.
I assume there is a typeface, so I would like you to help me identifying it. I've attached a photograph of it (the "Mercury" one):
It would be great if anyone could help me identify this Sans Serif typeface. It looks like a Futura alternative, but I can't figure it out. Thanks!
This is the first iteration of Paper Romantic, based on a few doodles I found in the margins of an old college notebook. This is the first time I've tackled digitizing any of my little typeface experiments, so any and all feedback is greatly appreciated!
I know the /N/ feels very out of place, but I'm not sure how to resolve that. Also, I can't tell if the lowercase is working or not. Some of the letters seem to fit, while others just look wrong.
Thanks so much!
See attached, thanks!
Hello, could someone help me identify this typeface, love the R!
Are any of the other letters available to see? and did anyone ever do a revival?
Announcing a new, very round typeface: Circula™. It is a simplified geometric display typeface based on circles. It contains capitals and small capitals only (no lower case), basic symbols, superior and inferior numbers and common fractions. It supports Eastern European, Baltic and Turkish character sets. The medium cut is free. Get it at Myfonts.
Anyone want to take a gander at which font this is? The "M" and "N" look a lot like Neutraface or Verlag, but the "Q" is really throwing a wrench in things.
Could someone help me with recognition?
A month ago, mainly as personal experience, i started these two families: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/795795/typography/tapanapantera.html and https://dl.dropbox.com/u/795795/typography/dogull.html
(they are temporarily there while http://nitrofurano.linuxkafe.com/typography/tapanapantera.html and http://nitrofurano.linuxkafe.com/typography/dogull.html are offline for a while for technical reasons)
The first were based on an academic work i did 10 years ago (an analysis on how can work together the roman square captials (lapidaria) with carolingian calligraphic lowercases, in a geometric sans-serif typeface ), and the other were a research and analysis desconstruction (not a ripoff) of how better readable can be a typeface based on Gustav Jaeger's Catull in a sans-serif drawing.
Anybody know what this is, or know of something similar?
I have an old Sanyo portable cassette player, and the labels on it are in an extended typeface that was relatively common for electronics back when transistor amplification (solid-state) was a whole new thing. I'd ideally like to find a set of it in movable type, but the name of the face would be a good start. I'm sure it has plenty of clones, so if anyone knows of one, it'd do for now.
First time here, so please forgive any noobiness.
I'm working on a interface design which have to use this typeface I'm looking for.
And I've been handed some screens from the device (see the attachments)
I've already tried whatthefont.com without any luck.
As you may see this face is very close to Meta but it has few differences on the lowercase a, i and B.
There is also the chance that this is a exclusive custom typeface used by this client.
Any help appreciated, thanks in advance.
I'm using ITC Kabel as a headline font and I'm looking for a font for the body copy that would complement it nicely. The body uses italic and roman and the type will be reversed on a dark background. So, it seems like a sans serif font would be more legible but, I don't want to use kabel for copy and I'm not sure about using two sans serif font's together.
What do you think about using two sans serif font on the same piece?
If I should stick with a serif font, what would be most legible reversed out?
BMW updated their nav/control unit in 2010 models and IMO they did an excellent job selecting new typeface for it. It looks clean, restrained and contemporary. The question of course is what it is:
Did you know this extended font. (it is not engraver gothic)
I am quite hoping to identify the font from the 1961 poster for "The Frightened City." I am guessing the stencil variety was custom and is not available, however, I would be perfectly content knowing the basic font character set used here or any other information about these characters. I've been searching for a few years for this font, but with no luck. Proxima Nova condensed Black is somewhat close, but not exactly it. The Gs, Cs, and Rs are not right. Thanks much in advance!!