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Inspired by neutral slab serifs with an added twist, Slab Happy is a typographic system consisting of eight layerable fonts with infinite combinations. Slab Happy looks best when set in display sizes, but functions just as well at smaller point sizes.
The complete Slab Happy family consists of: Regular, Bold, Outline, 3D, Stitches, Fill, Shadow, and Crosshatch.
Hi! Would like to seek help in identifying the font in the attached image. Looks like modified Futura (TEE) Bold to me.
I think the R gives it away, but I am having doubts with the S.
Thanks in advance!
Recreating graphics for the first time for a local pizza place that "can't remember" where they got their first logo. Can you guys help me out? I have no clue what this font is, the whole office is stumped.
Thanks in advance!
Anyone know what this beautiful slab is?
This one is giving me a headache cause I think in the back of my mind I have seen this exact font someplace before or even had it installed on my system at one point. At first I thought it was Octin College Black.. but it's not an exact match.. can any one help me ID this? Thanks!
I've been developing this typeface for the past month, and I've got to a point where I'm feeling kind of blocked, so I thought it would be a good idea to come here for some help. I'm happy with the lowercase, although I'm sure you'll find lots of problems with it (problems which I'd be more than happy correcting, by the way), the main issue I'm having is with the uppercase; due to its geometric construction some letters (E,F,I,T,L,H mainly) aren't quite fitting with the curviness of the other ones.
I've made a really quick pdf with the first sentences that came to mind (feel free to ask for more material if you need it for a better judgement!), and I'd be really glad to hear the criticism of better trained eyes (and hands).
I've seen the Narziss typeface being used recently in various publications (http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/hubertjocham/narziss/) and would like to find something similar. Any ideas?
What would one describe this face as, apart from a swirly slab?
Can anyone help ID this contemporary slab serif please?
Got this off a USGS mining map from the David Rumsey Map Collection. These inscriptions are manual; I'm wondering if anyone can ID any similar fonts available digitally?
thanks in advance
I'm after a cheap, or a free slab serif. with open counters, low contrast, a good x-height making it very legible for academia. A neutral look, with understated curves. Preferably with Light, Regular, and Bold styles.
I know it's been a bit distorted but i'm hoping it's not too far off from the original.
Can’t quite identify this one (attached below). I need to replicate this font, and I’m sure its staring me in the face, but I have to leave and come back to it. I’ve used Bookman Demi for a positional in the meantime, but the key difference is the sloped sides of the ‘M’.
Hello, I am a Graphic Design student very interested in type design.
I have a question about semi serif typefaces. Is it up to the designers will to decide which serifs to remove or are there guidelines?
I am new to the forum so I am not sure if this is the right place for this thread. If this is not I will be glad to move it to the right place as long as someone notifies me about it. Thanks in advice.
Any recommendations for a slab serif with a cyrillic character set? It would have to have an @font-face license. Looking for something in the neighborhood of Archer, Caecilia, Centro, Copse, Ernestine, Museo, Serifa. Centro may work, but looking for some other options. Thanks!
Please identify this slab font. Thanks!
Floodfonts offers a new typeface for free download: POLARIS uses historical references as inspiration: slab-serif fonts in a turn-of-the-century style. In combination with modern elements and a technical-like drawing style the font develops an unusual, cool retro charm. Polaris comes with an extensive character set to support all central-european languages. http://www.floodfonts.com
Hight contrasted "Saxophone Soprano" and "Saxophone Baritone".
With lively Stylistic Alternatives in capital letters, "Saxophone" font family is an metaphorical equalent of the instrument which can be used almost in all music genres.
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.
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).
I wanted to take a classical garalde, flatten the serifs, and open the apertures a bit to create a more contemporary, 'Egyptian' style text face, almost like if Galliard and Clarendon had a child. This is what I came up with:
Right now I have just a few glyphs, but before I keep going, I wanted to check with those whose opinions I value so highly: Typophiles. Do you think think it's worth pursuing?
Greetings from the warmth of Sydney! I am looking for a nice font, and I've attached an image of the kind my quest is directed at. This one was taken from the Wrangler Jeans website, and the slabs remind me of pixels. The long search hasn't been too fruitful, so I would really appreciate any tips on nice pixel or slabby faces.
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?
Thank you in advance for the help.
can anyone help me id this font?