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I've seen this font in a lot of place. I'm sure is a famous sans serif, but i don't know the name.
Anyone know the name?
It looks so familiar but I can't place it.
Okay, so there's a good chance this is a custom typeface, but it's worth a shot.
I've looked into it, found some similar faces, but can't quite pin this one down.
Hey Guys! Need a quick font match for the picture below, it looks like a font I recognise as being fairly familiar, quality of image isn't that great as it's from a low res file, trying to bring the logo into Vector form so would be nice to be able to retype all the words!
Thanks for all your help!
I have never draw in fontlab alone before, most of the time I draw the glyphs in Illustrator piece by piece merging each objects and pasting it inside fontlab prior to tweaking. This is my first try to draw every glyphs in fontlab so please bear with me =)
I'll name it Basa Nova for the meantime until I can think of something better. Basa means "read" in my native language and because it was intended to be a text face which readability is important, I decided to name it this way.
I'm not sure if some of the letterforms do make sense at all but I kinda like it subtlety when it is set into a running texts, though I might be wrong too.
Only lowercase letters for now and currently designing the uppercase as of this writing. Do you think it is worth pushing for?
happy New Year, typophiles!
I am glad to present a new Osnova family, sans serif workhorse.
I'm doing the corporative design for a tshirt brand. I want the aesthetics of the b-movies but i dont want it to look trashy or bad-designed for the people that dont are used to that style.
I had found 2 options but i want more.
I though i could use perforama (the second one) but the A had so diagonal angles and the rest of the word that is the name of the brand has a lot of O and M and square things so it was a little problematic.
What do you suggest?
It's been a while and I'm happy to announce that Chiq is up for grabs now.
Chiq is a sans serif face inspired by Optima with a modern touch. It has 3 weights regular, medium & bold with true italics.
Spread the love =)
Grab it here!
PS: it's the logo for the International Horticulture Exposition 2011 Xi'an (where I am in), but it's not a good news for us.That's another story.
I'd love some help identifying this typeface used on David Carson's latest cover design for Little White Lies. It's kinda United Sans-ish but not. Anyone know what it is?
It's the one on the right.
Thank you so kindly.
Can somebody tell me what font this flyer uses? I like its vertical height and clarity, and am going through all of my fonts and can't find a match. I feel as if it would be a very common font but I just don't know what it is. I was using Impact, but think the font on this flyer is so much better.
This is a concept I've had for a while, that I've only recently began to digitize. It started from the idea of an i, in which the principal stroke and the tittle form a diagonal slice. Here's my original freehand sketch:
I wanted to perhaps turn this idea into a legible gothic typeface with a high x-height, round, open letterforms, and ascenders/descenders/tittles with slanted, angular ends. Here it is digitized in Fontographer:
The lowercase letterforms:
At the moment, Thistle seems better suited for a display font (it could make an excellent logotype). It's surprisingly legible at smaller sizes (although much of the distinguishing slanted strokes and tittles become lost).
The typeface looks a bit like Univers Condensed but I don't think I've ever seen a C like this. Any idea what typeface this is?
Can you guys help me identify the font used in the Opti-Free logo? Just the words "Opti-Free." Thanks a bunch.
I would like to know what modern typeface is used in the attached logo. I also want to know which sans serif typeface is paired with it. Please let me know if you can help ID it! Thanks!
I'm looking to ID this funky Sans Serif. Any help would be appreciated.
Could I get help with ID'ing the attached typeface?
Hello! I'd like to know your opinion, please!
Is Scala Sans a good typeface for running text (body text)? (even thought its typographic colour seems a little "dark" and similar to Gill Sans, in my humble opinion)
I really mean the sans version, not the serif one! (not Scala)
And if it is good for running text, which typeface could be a good companion for it? (another sans, maybe for display headlines on a magazine?)
I know there is a controversy mixing a sans serif with other sans serif, but I've seen it in use and it could work, sometimes, I guess?
What do you people think? (maybe Scala Sans with TheSans or Scala Sans with DIN?)
Thanks for your feedback!
Starbucks has come out with quite a nice combo .. but have no idea what they are. Anyone with ideas?
thx. in advance.