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Hi Typophile,

First time posting on the forum so hopefully some of you guys can help me with this one? I am struggling to identify a typeface which has been used throughout the branding of a company I am currently redesigning.

The typeface is used predominantly in the logo, hopefully when its identified I will be able to see if its commercially available as a web font to use online:

Any help would be greatly appreciated,

Thanks,
Lewis.

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Theory Serif

I’d like to introduce you to my new typeface, Theory Serif. If all goes as planned, this will be the foundation to a Serif, a Sans and a Monospace family.

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A new Serif

Hello there,
So I am new around and I thought it would be quite a good idea of getting to start here by showing a tiny font project i'm on for few days (even if the idea is melting within me for a while). So I am new on the forum and on font-making ; I believed it would be an interesting way to get a better understanding of fonts thru designing it (and eventually make me a better designer... ahah...hum...).

So here is the firsts "drafts", I actually finished the small caps, but quite frankly not yet satisfied with the looks of some of them (and it does take me a damn long time for each letter). So here is it and feel free to give some opinions on that...

Hello!

I'm a newbie in a need of some typo advice from experts as I have become overwhelmed by browsing the web ...

I'm a student and currently redesigning a medical magazine run by a non-profit student organization.

I'm looking for a sans serif for headings (it will also appear on posters) and a serif for long texts (2 columns).
Keywords: economical, legible, modern

P22 type foundry and the Hamilton Wood Type Museum are pleased to present their latest collaborative digital font release via Hamilton Wood Type Foundry (HWT): HWT Van Lanen, by renown type designer Matthew Carter.

Matthew Carter has had a long career as an innovative type designer. He received the 2010 MacAurthur Fellowship award, and in 2011, he received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Smithsonian National Design Awards. Carter was trained as one of the last type designers to cut punches for metal type production. He has designed type for most technologies with the exception of wood type until 2009 when he was commissioned to create a new original type design by the Hamilton Wood Type Museum.

Hi Typophilers,

I was wondering if anyone of you guys can help me identify the serif typeface that reads:

"Saturday October 8"
and
"The Buffalo Club"

Thanks in advance!

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Peter's font

Hello. Can anyone please help me identify this font?
http://peterriedel.com/

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Serif

Hey was doing a logotype for a furniture company, would love some feedback on this.

Hello everybody,

I've been reading a lot about typefaces and how different kinds can be combined in order to create layers of meaning. Type foundries usually suggest pairings for their own fonts, most notably Hoefler & Frere Jones and Font Bureau. I am looking to create an unusual mix of moods for a personal branding project:

- Hearty, friendly
- Weird, quirky
- Contemplative, dramatic

You can think of this mix as the equivalent of a Wes Anderson, Sylvain Chomet, or even a Spike Jonze film. Sort of like what film critic Peter Rainer writes about Spike Jonze's film, Being John Malkovich:
“It is hard to mix moods -- the film is manic, subtle, comic and vaguely sad -- but [Jonze] does it masterfully.”

Hello everybody,

I've been reading a lot about typefaces and how different kinds can be combined in order to create layers of meaning. Type foundries usually suggest pairings for their own fonts, most notably Hoefler & Frere Jones and Font Bureau. I am looking to create an unusual mix of moods for a personal branding project:

- Hearty, friendly
- Weird, quirky
- Contemplative, dramatic

You can think of this mix as the equivalent of a Wes Anderson, Sylvain Chomet, or even a Spike Jonze film. Sort of like what film critic Peter Rainer writes about Spike Jonze's film, Being John Malkovich:
“It is hard to mix moods -- the film is manic, subtle, comic and vaguely sad -- but [Jonze] does it masterfully.”

LTC Italian Old Style was originally released by P22/Lanston Type Company in 2006. The font, based on Frederic Goudy's interpretation of Nicholas Jenson's Roman face as well as other Renaissance Roman faces, has been newly updated by James Grieshaber for the Lanston Type Company. LTC Italian Old Style Pro is now offered as a pro font family containing 4 styles- Regular, Italic, Light and Light Italic. OpenType features include the original ligatures, small caps and expanded language coverage. The Roman styles, Regular and Light, also welcome the addition of ornaments.

LTC Italian Old Style Pro

I've spent a week or more trying to identify the type in Magenta in this image (Comoy's and Pipe)

Of particular difficulty is finding a face where the M is splayed so much. Some characters are close to Engravers MT, but certainly not the M.

Thank you for your help.

Need some help identifying this font. It looks kinda like Stencil Antiqua but it has the distress cut marks. Any ideas?

I am in dire need of identifying the two fonts on the image. Both the Name Above, and the word Punkintown. The former designer was unable to provide the font names. The upper looks similar to ITC Bradley Hand, just not the exact font. The "K" in Punkintown seems almost manually created such as via Photoshop, but just not figuring it out. Help! Thank you!

Hi Everyone,

Can anyone identify the serif fonts used on these stamps?

Serif = Antiqua? (Perhaps a little thin?)
Blackletter = Fette Fraktur?

Thanks

Im working with Landmark family fonts [http://www.typography.com/fonts/landmark/overview/ ] as my title font, looking for subtitle and Main body 'modernist' font that works with Landmark's appeal. I feel a serif family would work well but can figure which?

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Serif typeface...

Hi

Can anyone help me identity this...

Thanks

HWT Slab features two styles-Antique and Columbian. These two extra bold fonts are classic slab serif wood type styles with one detail of difference. Columbian is an extra bold Clarendon wood type that was manufactured by many of the wood type manufacturers in the late 19th century. "Clarendons" feature bracketed or rounded serif joins whereas "Antique" was a class of typefaces that features squared off slab serifs. Some type designs have only minor differences from others. The Columbian design is essentially identical to Wm. Page & Co.'s "Antique no. 4", with the difference being the bracketed serifs.

Hello

We would love to know what body font is used on this very popular series of books published in the late 80s by Time-Life http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mysteries_of_the_Unknown

As ever, many thanks for your time and expertise!

M

Any ideas much appreciated!

Hello

I am looking to find out more about the serif font used in BLAST 1, the famous British Vorticist publication. THe sample attached is of the serif face in question, the rest of the publication primarily uses a heavy Grot.

If you don't know it already, well worth a look at some truly avant-garde typography considering the context. http://dl.lib.brown.edu/mjp/render.php?view=mjp_object&id=1143209523824844

thanks as always for any time and assistance.

M

Hi, can you please help me ID this font? I took this picture from the cover of Aperture magazine.

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