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Can anyone identify the script font for "The Camden Satchel" or for the italicized font at the bottom for "Like a vintage find..." ?
Thank you in advance.
I'm a design student from Muenster (Germany) and our project in this semester is to create a corporate design for a typographic walk through an area of the city. Our first task was to collect interesting typographical objects and now we want to define what Font's were used in our collection of examples. We've already borrowed a couple of books which contain a lot of old typefaces, but it's really hard to define them or just to find similar examples, so maybe you can help me/us !
thank you in advance!
The x-tiest font request. But I am thankful that you have pressed this link.
I was reading this article and thought it was a nice font:
However, as I am not really that good in font recognition, can anyone help me with this?
Thanks in advance!
I have been trying to get a confirmed name on this font. I am somewhat certain a whole font exists for it because there are many similar logos from the same era, and because this was a digitally designed logo.
Yes, I am aware that it is super cheesy.
Does anyone know if there's a digital form of this font? Or anything similar? Thanks!
I'm working on some stuff right now and I can't seem to identify this font face. Could someone help me out? Thanks a bunch in advance!
I'm looking for an alternative to Avant Garde Gothic Book to be used on an app. The license is $2000-4000 for the server/app usages which is too steep for us. I've tried whatthefont and a few other places but don't seem to be able to find anything close.
Could anyone suggest some alternatives which are less expensive or free?
Thanks very much indeed!
Previously, I've only ever used FontLab for editing fonts, or adding special characters, but I've recently been asked to build a very simple dingbat font for a client, which consists of two dividers that are going to be used in the layout of a paperback novel. Both need to be page width (which works out to be about 5" wide), and the designer doing the print production has requested a version where the dingbat font I built would work when set to 20pt or so so that when it appears at the top of a page it does not push the paragraph down to the middle of the page when using InDesign (currently it needs to be 200pt to be the correct width, I'm sure I could solve this if I was laying it out, but alas, I am not).
As of now Tungsten is not screen optimized. Anyone have any suggestions for good alternatives for use in an iOS app and possibly website as well?
I'm looking to approximate Tungsten regular in the middleweight to bold range.
Need an ID on this font please and thank you.
It looks like some fonts I have like fixedsys, system, terminal and also courier but they do not match.
Any help is welcome.
Some nice unique features, but I'm not able to ID it myself. Anyone recognize it?
Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
anyone recognise this font? We have to make a new date stone to match.
My agency's fonts are a MESS!
Does anyone out there know a specialist that can come in to organize our fonts and make sure all of our computers are working with the same consistent library? Every computer (12 of them) has different selection, versions, less or more fonts, corrupt fonts, etc and no computer has a clean master library to copy work from.
I am not sure if this person exists, but if they do, please send me contact info or recommendations!
thank you SO much! :)
would anyone care to comment on the composition as sampled in this file?
More specifically, I would like to hear your opinions on the following points:
1) How do you find the pairing of the greek and latin fonts (p. 15)?
2) Running headers look a bit weird above secondary titles and headings (p.26). Can anything be done about that?
what font is the "stella" wordmark at the bottom left of the page?
any ideas? any help, much appreciated. thanks in advance.
I need to find a font that looks like the one i've attached. Its a custom font, created for a magazine, so i cant use it or buy it.
To me it looks a bit like Franklin Gothic, but more 'loose'.
Thanks to all the members of this forum that supported me in this project all over the years :-)
It's here (well, the first part is)!
The microsite: http://canape.fonts.info/
The PDF: http://fonts.info/pub/pdf/canape-serif-en.pdf
The PDF at issuu: http://issuu.com/fonts.info/docs/canape-serif-en?mode=window
Good morning all,
Can anyone help to ID the typeface used in the wordmark below, please?
Hi all - any idea what the font below is?
I am new here and typedesign in general.
I have been sketching characters in trying to create my own typeface and been researching on various websites and books.
I was just wondering what all of you do in starting to design a typeface as books and resources i have found all have different ideas which has just left me a bit stuck on how i should progress and what typeface i should design.
So far i have just been sketching i started of with the lowercase n and liked the look so have started to progress to other characters in no particular order or fashion.
Is there certain characters that use the same elements e.g n and h (should i start with these?)