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Anyone know the name of this font?
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I input this from my iPad and sorry for the short post
I hope this works..
Could someone please help me out with finding this font?
Would be forever grateful! :)
At long last, this book is available on pre-order at Amazon and Barnes and Noble at a sweet discount until it is actually in the bookstores.
Had a fantastic weekend in a course organised by Grafia, the Finnish Graphic Designer's organisation. It was a letterpress course, where the teacher Mikko Keski-Vähälä had brought a selection of his woodblock and lead fonts for us to use as we pleased. There was one graphic press, and we also used spoon or bone to rub the text in (good method for thinner paper). It was my first time to actually use those letters, and a fantastic experience.
Some pictures can be seen here:
The 1960's and 1970's are the inspiration for Sugarbang! Everything from music packages, beach party movies of the 60's to cereal box art of the 1970's are reflected in the kooky style that this font evokes. Sugarbang! is built on a random baseline so letterforms bounce up and down adding to the “zany” look of the design. It is a minimal font set which includes uppercase and lowercase letterforms. Suggested uses for the font would be above 42 points in size. Please note its normal tight spacing and that cap “T” and cap “L” have been specially kerned to account for the overhang of certain other letterforms. Sugarbang!- just add milk and it’s sugar frosted font goodness. Available at http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/astrolux/sugarbang/
I'm putting a new shirt up on TypographyShop
for the first time in awhile. I'd love this community's opinion on it and the choice of sizes for the word "counter."
As I noted in a string of comments on our Facebook page, the word "counter" has more than a couple of meanings. The O? Is it Oprah? The big O? Then the type geek wearer gets to explain what it really means.
Thanks in advance for your opinions.
Might anyone have any idea how/where I could get help identifying in what year this ATF brochure was published? The back cover, pictured below, lists their offices, which, I would think, might help identify the year. Where would I find a chronology of what offices ATF had open in what cities for given years?
I'm looking for a font for a tattoo i want to have.. It's in latin, and the sentences are these: "Dominus mei sum fati. Dux mei sum animi" I prefer calligraphy fonts, but any ideas are welcome!