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Do you find this ampersand shocking or OK?
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thanks a lot (again)
First spotted here in an article for Gemma O'Brien on LetterCult.
I don't know whether to describe this as a slab or transitional serif, either way I'd love to know what the name of the actual font is.
Trying to ID the very condensed serif face with slab ends (not slab serifs - I'm not sure 'slab' is the correct term). The sample in the image is ALL the letters and numbers used in this face on the counters for this game: C, I, 1, 2, 3, 4. The 2 looks very distinctive, though. I tried Identifont, but it doesn't suggest anything with those slab ends to the 3 and top of the 2 - only Bodoni and relatives with ball-ends.
Not much to go on, but any help is appreciated!
please assist in identifying this gravestone serif?
Need a little help. Trying to figure out what this font is?
Anyone know this font?
Hi can someone please ID the logo of this crative company.
This is almost similar to Dusty - YWFT but the letter Y is different.
i'm not really sure though.
Came across this interesting and well drawn flared / brush (?) serif used for a fashion label (Oi Polloi) promo... You can see it in use here:
Anyone have any clues? your time and assistance much appreciated!
This typeface looks very familiar, but I don't know what it is. Any help would be very much appreciated.
"Wachovia is now Wells Fargo....Our commitment to service" what type is this?
Can anyone identify this font from a Brazilian sports mag? That X looks familiar.
One of the problems with designing a typeface is getting feedback. Most designers work in a vacuum and that's why a forum like this is so useful.
I have started looking very critically at my half finished type projects and decided that my passion for Dutch typefaces could provide enough impetus to design a really nice text face.
So I looked at a lot of the typefaces I really like such as Lexicon, Van den Keere, Swift, and Lectura. I started drawing without referring to any of these in particular and tried to make the characters as quiet as possible. I'm looking at a useful typeface for extended reading.
Here's a first jpeg of work to date and i would really appreciate any comments.
Hey everyone! I recently bought Typomag, and adore this book(HIGHLY recommended!) And i actually know the font, the colophon page says it's Poster Display; however i cannot find it anywhere. Can anyone point me in the right direction?
Could anyone help me out with what this font is please?
Anyone can help me with this type?
It's looks like "Esfera NF" but, the letters "t" and "k" are different.
It's type is used at a brazilian magazine called "casa e comida" (home and food).
The e has an odd crossbar where it curves upwards as it goes in, and the d has more of the curve at the top. Can anyone spot this one?
Thank you in advance!!!
I'm looking for nice serif for a magazine.
It's a Magazine about Cars so the Serif should not be to sweet :)
It's published in several languages:
(also in Japanese, Chinese and Korean, but this is another problem but don't hold back)
Can anyone recommend a good latin+cyrillic serif?
I liked Arnhem and Albertina but don't know if they work.
I would be very happy if anyone could help!!
I really like the italic on this serif. I found it on Design density website. Any idea what it is? http://www.densitydesign.org/research/from-data-to-knowledge/
I'm looking for an ID for the all caps serif typeface in this image. I know that I've seen it, I just can't put my finger on what it is. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Hello could you please help me to identify the font used in this title ?
Many thanks to all
Could somebody please help me figure out what font is used here:
Thanks in advance for your help!
Can anyone name this serif typeface?
Wedge serif that I'm totally stumped on. It was on the tip of my tongue and I've spent the last half-hour failing at this ID. Thanks in advance.
Does anybody know which typeface they might have used for this exhibition at Prado Museum in Madrid? I was thinking maybe some kind of Garamond, but I'm not sure.
Thanks a lot in advance.