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I'm looking for typefaces similar to this engraved type in the New York Public Library.
I've tried the WhatTheFont site but it can't ID this font which I like a lot. Can anyone please help out?
I'm trying to ID this glyph serif typeface used on the EF 'Live the Language: London' commercial. (See attachments)
Any lead would be greatly appreciated.
can i get some help for this quick ID:
Could someone please help me identify this font, or a similar one, I have seen a lot of this type of font being used and I really like it!
Could anyone help me out with an ID of the new display serif (condensed) on the cover of the most recent NY Times Magazine? Thanks.
Anyone know the name of the font in blue? I can't find it to save my life...
You may recognize this as being the First Edition of Moby Dick printed in New York 1851. I am hoping to source typefaces that are from the period that have a very close DNA.
Monotype Modern seems like a logical relative but I cannot find anything condensed/compressed enough.
Your help on this is greatly appreciated.
P.S. Please omit the conjunction "OR," from your type identification.
P.P.S. My apologies if I am not using the word "Transitional" properly.
I'd like to announce the release of the work-in-progress version of my new typeface, Otama. All thoughts and opinions are very much welcome and appreciated.
Free to download from www.timdonaldson.com/otama-ep.zip
this is my first post here and i`m looking for the font(s) used on the cover.
I'm even not sure if the bigger one is that one for the details, too.
Thanks for any help or similar typefaces!
This is my first time posting here, so here it goes:
I'm looking for the original font of this logo.
At first sight to me it looks like a very badly treated Trajan - if you look at the detail you see that it even may be a "live-traced" version of the logo.
Can you help me out?
I tried recreating it with Trajan, but trajan seems to wide... (or too short) also, the serifs are different from (what is left of) the original serifs.
Thanks a lot! It got me puzzling...
Hey guys. I couldn't find a higher res version of this type. Any ideas what she is?
Really need to identify this one
Thank you very much!
Whatthefont came close, but I'm still at a loss to this one...
Any ideas very much appreciated!
Despite the great men’s and womenswear collections, what really caught my attention was the awesome slab serif typeface on the brand's logotype. Does anyone knows what font is that?
Anyone know what typeface was used for Jozi Rising?
Would appreciate any help. Thanks :)
Does anyone know what typeface is used for the 'Thelema'?
I'm looking for help identifying the font used in the introduction to this 1898 book published by George Bell and Sons. I tried WhatTheFont and didn't find anything close. I also tried Identifont and it suggested Fleischman BT Pro Bold, which is in the right ballpark but not quite right.
This should be a link directly to the first page of the introduction:
And the whole book is available from Google: http://books.google.com/books?id=olgCAAAAYAAJ
Any help you can give me would be appreciated. Even if you can't help, if anybody has any advice about how to approach a historical question like this one, that would also be helpful as well.
We have just embarked on a complete overhaul of the magazine style for Waypoint AirMed&Rescue. We are seeking advice on the best way to pair up a sans and a serifed font.
So far we have chosen Zapf Elliptical and Williams Caslon Text as the main contenders for the main article body text. We would like to use a modern sans face for the features to create contrast between the standard articles and the featured articles.
We're not necessarily looking for suggestions on what to use, but are simply looking for advice on the theory behind combining (and creating contrast between) sans and serifed typefaces within magazine body copy.
Could anyone tell me which fonts are these?
The main one, which reads "Fidélio" and the one which reads "Beethoven"? Are those "Meridien"? "Palatino"? "Frutiger Serif"?
And also, on the left side, where it reads "Coleção Folha Grandes Óperas"? Is that Rotis? But condensed?
Beautiful artwork, by the way!