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Anyone know any fonts that are close?
I'm sure I've seen some. (Mostra, Aprille, and a few others are vaguely similar but not close enough.)
Before I trace these characters in illustrator, does anybody recognise any of these fonts? I'm assuming they're all from the 60s, possibly 70s.
Any help would be much appreciated.
Looking for something similar to this retro/vintage script font (used on an 80s portuguese tv show).
The letters aren't even the same so this is probably all handwritten - but I'm desperately looking for something like this.
The words are cut - it read 'ora' and 'olha' (the complete words would be 'agora escolha').
Thanks in advance!
I'm looking for a typeface like this one. Everyone has seen these "bi-linear" retro fonts or whatever you call them.
I'm looking for a professionally done typeface like this. One similar in shape to lets say an Avenir or Futura, but with the line through it obviously.
Does anyone know this font? I am needing it to complete a proof today.
Thanks in advance
i posted this earlier but, my picture didnt upload properly.
this handdrawn vintage RCA logo is an inspiration for our new album cover. if you can steer me towards a font that very closely resembles this logo. i'll give you a shout out in the credits!! the bands name is "ristband".
the upload didnt seem to work so i made the RCA logo my profile picture. hope this helps someone! THANKS AGAIN!
heres another link to the logo
I was referred to this site from a "font fan". I know this is a hand drawing, but maybe someone out there knows something! This vintage hand drawn RCA logo is the inspiration for our album cover. if anyone knows a similar font i can use to get close, I'll add the lightning bolt with our graphic artist. our name is
" ristband " so the "R" and "A" need to be pretty exact.
here are other links:
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THANKS IF YOURE READING THIS!!!
I'm specifically looking for an easy way to outline and offset type similar to the examples I've attached. However, I would also be interested in any other vintage type effect tips and tutorials anyone has to share. If anyone can help that'd be great.
I've seen this nice light extended slab serif typeface on 50s-60s signage, parking garages, schools, libraries, and old wood type block printing, but could never identify it! It's not Adore, Memphis, Serifa, Egyptienne, Beton... but it kind of resembles an extended Stymie, especially with the pointy bottom of the "N". I used to admire it daily on my way to the A Train in Bed-Stuy on a school on Malcolm X Blvd.
Hey everyone, new to the board and glad to be here.
I need help in identifying this particular typeface. It's taken from the drink cup of "The Hamburger Stand" (formerly known as The Original Hamburger Stand), a chain of food joints in the Southwestern United States. The Galardi Group is the parent company if that helps in identifying design/marketing houses they may have worked with for producing this updated logo in the 90s. Any help in identifying this or similar fonts would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
I need a retro looking font similar to the ELVIS and VEGAS text in this graphic. Any ideas?
Also any other recomendations for fifties, showbill, impressive, neon lights fonts welcomed.
Any help much appreciated.