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im looking for a Sans Serif used on this Website .
I also attached a sample.
i'm trying to peg the font used for the words "Born" and "Join the Fun"
Any help is greatly appreciated!
Can you help me to identify this type?
thanks and have a good weekend :)
Hi, I'm trying to photoshop a reply to this nametag invitation, and to edit what it says, I really need some help with the font. I know the seems like a really common font, but I'm really not sure what it is, even after looking it up online (the match wasn't the same). I already figured out the handwritten part to be "Complete in Him."
I need you help because I really can't find this exact font and my client is going nuts on me. And besides, I kinda like it :P
Does anyone recognize it?
Im trying to identify this quite basic looking sans serif font to ease my work.
(if i can't id it, ill have to retype a huge amount of text with a different font, as this one was outlined in the illustrator document I'm working with...)
Help is very much appreciated!
I feel as though I should know this one, but obviously I don't… Your help would be greatly appreciated.
Anyone have ideas for the 2 fonts on this image?
Thank you very much!
Please help my identify this typeface
Hello, can anyone please ID this typeface from the 1988 movie poster for Married to the Mob.?
Monospaced fonts have never been a big favorite of mine but every once in a while I see one I like and this is such a case.
I am having a hard time finding this particular monospaced typeface. I've went through all the online resources I could muster and now I turn to the experts. It has a slight Eurostile feel to it for me.
Any help from the peanut gallery?
A friend asked me if I could help figure out this typeface and I'm a bit stumped. It almost reminds me a bit of Klavika Bold, but I know that's not quite it.
(Here's also a larger version of the image if that helps.)
Thanks so much!
I was meaning to post this in late May / early June, but it's been a crazy summer. I graduated from the University of the Arts in May, and since then I've adjusted to my first full-time design job while taking some time to enjoy the little things in life.
Anyhow, I was fortunate enough to take Font Design Lab under the brilliant Mike Abbink last semester. I developed a Humanist sans serif titled Agio, and I'd be interested in any feedback or criticism that you wise Typophiles are able to impart. I'm not sure where to go from here...keep tweaking? Develop a bold weight? Discover the maddening thrill of kerning tables? I'd like to start on a new weight, but I'm sure there's room for improvement before I go ahead.
Ran across this font on iTunes and took a screen grab. Any stabs would be AWESOME!
Hey everyone! Need a little help with this font ID. The ampersand and 'l' seem to be a great place to start.
Thanks in advance.
I need some help to identify this font
I've tried with some pages but i can't find this font
Please help me!
Thank you! :)
In music Chorus means a collective effort to sing in unison. Harmony and uniformity are it's key characteristics, the same has been integrated in this typeface. Every letterform has been designed so as to reflect harmony and uniformity when used together to form a letter,
sentence or paragraph.
Does anyone know these fonts?
Can someone name that font: