I was wondering whether anyone could help my identify this typeface?

I've seen it used in a couple of different contexts now, and I'm yet to find out it's name!

If someone could put my mind at ease, that would be wonderful.

I've been trying to create a website for my software design company and, at least for some of its functions, I think a unicase sans-serif font would look good. I used some font creation software to create a unicase version of Myriad Pro, but it's nothing polished—I'm only an amateur at typography. It represents the basic look of the unicase font I'd like to see, but do you know of any already-created fonts that might bear some resemblance to it? I included in the title of my post the phrase, "the new standard", because I feel as if some of the existing unicase fonts aren't quite up to par with the "classics" of Helvetica, Myriad, Frutiger, etc.

What's the font used for the opening names such as Destiny?


I came across this sans a while back and haven't really been able to find it.
It's used for headlines in swedish Bon Magazine.

It looks a bit like Neuzeit, as well as a Drescher Grotesk, but it's not quite there.
I'm sorry about the horrid picture quality, I'll try to pick up a copy and get some scans asap.

Any ideas?

Thanks in advance!


I used to have this typeface, but when I got a new computer, I must not have copied it over, and I can't find any documentation (I guess I never used it). anyway, it's used on the cover of the Bas Jan Ader book and dvd (seen here: and throughout the website

Anyone have a guess?

Some help getting an ID on the sans serif on this Sports Illustrated cover.


Hello, I am happy to finally announce the release of my new typeface!

Rukou -- a geometric-script typeface influenced by schoolhand
More info and buy


I'm working on a project and the main font for the logo (company name) is hard to pin down. It doesn't work with fonts like Helvetica and nor does it work with traditional serif fonts. I'm looking for a modern font that's clean but has a bit of flair (hope that makes sense lol). Sorry for being vague, if people could post up some suggestions it would really help me out!

Many thanks

Greetings Folks,
I'm looking for a suggestion for a modernist typeface or two to use for a mid-century, Europeanish card game...something slightly swiss and a bit serious.
I know the usual suspects, but I've been looking at some wildcards: FF BAU, Akkurat, DIN ROUNDED, FOUNDERS GROT, and ROUTER (which would really soften up the look and lower the age group).

Any wild and crazy suggestions?

This doesn't appear to be one of the usual default PC web fonts, nor one of the new web fonts offered through FontShop.

Can anyone provide me with an ID? And tell me how they've managed to make this work?

Thank you.

Hi all,

I am looking for a sans-serif typeface to match Papyrus (not my choice - I loathe that font). It will be used on a website, for menu headings and also body text. Even a suggestion of what characteristics would match would be helpful- humanist, geometric, grotesque etc. The website is for a horror/thriller film, if that is any help on choosing a font.

Looking forward to any recommendations to solve this conundrum!



What is this font? I suspect some old Corel Draw pack,
but the closest I have found is Museo Sans.

Hey everyone!

I work at a graphic design agency, and we're redoing some of our website. For whatever reason some of the source files are hard to access and we're trying to identify one of the fonts, but we're having trouble. So, naturally, I thought I'd hit up Typophile for help. Here are some URL's.

Any ideas?

Thanks guys!

Hey there,

I am currently looking for a font that has a similar Art-Nouveau feel as the Belwe font. This means that it needs irregular sized B and A. I think this is called a high and low axis?
Anyay we love Belwe but would actually like it to be a sans-serif. The shapes in this font are supernice but it is a bit too romatic with all the serifs.
Does somebody know a sans-serif which relates to this font?

Thank you for the help!

This is probably a no-brainer for many people here, but...what font is this? Please help.

Thanks for any and all help in advance.

Hey everyone,

I decided to rework the visual system of a personal web project of mine from scratch, and am having problems deciding on a new logoface for it. Right now I'm just using Helvetica, but I'm looking for something with the same sturdiness and transparency, but a little more playfulness and character. The site focus is images and video, so the interface, and ultimately the visual system as a whole, should disappear when it needs to.

The site is social, and this would pretty much be the logotype.

I'm kind of liking Brauer Neue, but I know that I can do better. I was hoping someone might have some suggestions. Already went through a few foundries websites and came up with nothing.

Thanks a lot!

Hello people!

I'm tired of Titillium and TitilliumText22L! It's not legible in small sizes or in 11, 13, 14px in the sites or blogs! Titillium isn't like Arial, Helvetica and Verdana. Titillium is totally legible only in Word 2007 with optimized ClearType, Paint, Photoshop, Illustrator, Inkscape and Gimp.

I need a free and ORIGINAL font which...
— sans-serif
— totally legible in small sizes (10 to 14px)
— contemporary
— corporate
— fashionable
— modern
— squarish
— techno
— text.

Thanx u all!


Courtesy XKCD

Darjeeling combines British Elegance and Indian Flavor. It is flared like Optima, with a scent of Bodoni. By layering “Regular” and “Ornaments” over each other you will create astounding pieces of colorful typography. Additionally there is “Regnaments” which combines the two other styles.

Darjeeling is great as a display font, but also perfectly legible at text sizes. Use the ornaments only to add spice to Your design.

Make sure to use applications supporting all these lavish OpenType features like small caps, various sets of figures, fractals and the 102 discretionary ligatures.

Darjeeling has been recently released at myfonts:

This may be a common question, but I was wondering if anyone knew of a structural sans-serif (like Gotham or Proxima Nova) that had an alternate character set with colorful swashes, like Caslon or Garamond do.

I frequently find myself wanting to set headlines in a strong, simple face and then dress up one or two letters; if I had such a font in my back pocket, I think it could happen. I'd appreciate any leads!

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