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Hi, I'm trying to identify three fonts as attached. It was used by graphic designer nameisirene in a video she made for the new year.
Thanks in advance!
Hello everyone. I am a novice in type design aiming on making a serif (and if possible, a sans-serif companion) type system aimed at newspaper use. I am still in development, and I am looking at some other fonts that look great on print.
Could anybody help me to find the font on the image ?
It's really urgent !
We are looking for a project, Univers and Futura in Greek.
We found several solutions, but will need:
Futura Std Book
Futura Std Light
Futura Std Light Condensed
Univers LT Std 47 Light Condensed
Univers LT Std 47 Light Condensed Oblique
Univers LT Std 47 Bold Condensed
Univers LT Std 47 Bold Condensed Oblique
Let us know websites where you can buy or where to download.
Thanks for your cooperation.
I'm designing a typeface family with three optical sizes (36pt, 72pt, and 144pt) and a few layerable weights per each optical size. I've been experimenting with how I can make each weight line up when layered on top of each other and I'm starting to pull my hair out.
I thought having the same width and left/right sidebearing info would be enough, but that's not the case. Since the weights aren't the same width (I have a regular weight and a 3D weight, for example), having the same metric info results in them not lining up.
This great little video, The Top Ten Things Everyone Should Know About Fonts, from type designer and lettering artist Jill Bell, has ten tips to help you get to know, love and use fonts better.
The video was revised and abridged from a presentation Bell gave at regional AAF Conference. Bell has designed fonts for ITC, Monotype and Adobe as well as numerous proprietary fonts for companies. She has judged Linotype and the Type Director's Club's font design contests, and spoken worldwide including at many type conferences.
Does anyone know if there is a program I can use that will make a sample of all the typefaces in my library which can then be printed our or made into a PDF for reference?
Hey there typophilers,
I was wondering if you guys can help me identify "ELIXIR"s wine bottle typeface.
I feel like this must have popped up on this forum somewhere but can't seem to find anything. I'm interested in statistics on font use on the internet/computer. Things like how many fonts the average user has on their machine, how many different ones are used on websites (now that this is possible) and so on. Can anyone point me to reasonably reputable source/article? (I'm actually trying to create my own font - www.doppel-n.com - but I'm also interested in the broader issue of typography on the web.)
Thank you very much,
I'm looking for suggestions for a headline and body typeface system of one or two max typefaces that will pair well on-screen with an existing logo that uses very tightly kerned Trebuchet. Aiming for elegance, readability and approachable in the high-tech zone. All suggestions are very appreciated. Thank you.
Can certain typefaces mitigate driver distraction? The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) AgeLab and the New England University Transportation Center set out to find the answer along with Monotype Imaging Holdings Inc. (Nasdaq: TYPE), a leading global provider of typefaces, technology and expertise for creative applications and consumer devices. Initial results of an exploratory study show that certain type styles can reduce glance time – the time away from watching the road when driving while interacting with in-vehicle displays.
Monotype Imaging is pleased to be a platinum sponsor of ATypI Hong Kong 2012, the annual conference presented by ATypI (Association Typographique Internationale), Oct. 10–14. Several of our resident type experts from around the world will be sharing their knowledge and skills. Come by and join us as we take a look at Web fonts, Japanese typographic history, new automotive type trends and so much more.
Hey guys! Just thought I'd share a font I designed after I finally got it up on MyFonts. I think I posted it on here a while ago when I was still working on it, but I've since redesigned it completely and added a lot more glyphs.
I am looking for sources and suggestions on creating a font consisting custom icons. It will be for an e-commerce web site. Approx. 30, site specific artworks have to be drawn and executed as a webfont. The icon webfont seems a clear solution for the developers who think to use the full advantage of a leaner CSS.
I am using Fontforge since I have started to draw my own projects with it. But I just can't make any sense on the baseline for artworks. The glyph proportions and icon proportions seem to differ greatly.
Any suggestions or threads directing me to a solution are highly appreciated!
Hola a todos,
I'm trying to make my own address labels for my wedding invitations & I can't find good fonts, for free, or very cheap!
I would LOVE thee fonts or something VERY similar! i know some of these are repeated, but I figured it might make it easier.
PLEASE & THANK YOU :)
This is a test page for fonts that I want to use to create a web design portfolio.
I wanted to use something modern, not too "futuristic" and with a bit of hip to it.
I have doubts about the Ubuntu font for the nav menu. any replacement suggestions would be welcome.
I'm designing a display face in Fontlab, and I'm only creating uppercase letters. I planned on finishing the uppercase letters (metric and kerning included) and then just copy them to the lowercase letter spots so the same A shows up whether you type a or A.
However, it doesn't seem like metric and kerning data gets included when I copy and paste letters. I don't know much about Fontlab, but I would've thought I could somehow copy this data. Any ideas?
--Download free fonts: http://www.fonts.com/browse/promotions/the-complete-engraver
--Learn more: http://blog.fonts.com/2012/07/24/the-complete-engraver/
--View images: visit http://slidesha.re/MwxZYU
Fonts.com is proud to announce two new releases – the JMC Engraver & Feldman Engraver typeface families – by Monotype Imaging designer Terrance Weinzierl. Commissioned as companions to Nancy Sharon Collins’ new book The Complete Engraver: A Guide to Monograms, Crests, Ciphers, Seals, and the Etiquette and History of Social Stationery, these fonts are FREE for download from Fonts.com. Simply add to your cart and enjoy.
All Paragraph® fonts at half-price during August 2012—sale starts tomorrow at MyFonts!
A modular display face consisting of letters, numerals, basic punctuation, and a few extra goodies. Featured on dafont, Free Typography, and Pixel Pixel Pixel.
When using this typeface, bigger is better ;)
Available on my personal website here: http://willryan.us
I was recently contacted by someone asking if they can use a font I created for commercial use (the font is freely available for personal use). I'd like to get some money out of this if it's a possibility. How do I proceed from here?
What is the font in the word PISTOLE?
What programs do you use to organize your typefaces? Font Book is not cutting it. Thank you.
I am gingerly searching for help to expand my tried and true font vocabulary. One project in particular, interests me.
The story involves a team of robots that are not your "Transformer" (mean, warlike) types but not "Rollie Pollie Ollie" either. Everything from "Iron Giant", to "Johnny 5-0", to "iRobot" solve this challenge differently.
Any faces the guru's here might add to a list of type-faces that frame this "spectrum" between, from warlike to infantile, first-shooter warrior villain robots to the ever-cuddly but futuristic Wall-e (and his girlfriend – way sexy and modernly futuristic)?