Help to identify 678 numbers

Hello!

I would like to anyone can help me to identify the name of the typeface of the numbers of this imagine, it´s from an exhibition of an artist called Florian Pumhosl.

I think number 7 it´s not the same typeface from the other two numbers: 6 and 8, or maybe none of them are from the same typeface. Or maybe it´s designed specially for the artist.

Thank you for your help.

Saludos!

Comments

interesting. so far, i can contribute this:

http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/shinn/eunoia/

the 8 seems to match well, and the 6 would need her drop/curl (sorry I don't have the term for it) added, which if you look closely on your sample, seems to be the case. it appears slightly "broken" there for lack of a better word. not certain about the 7 and its origin.

thanks defiantone,

you´re right, the 8 match well whit " eunoia".
the 6 look a bit diferent, the x-heigth it´s taller on "eunoia"
and it´s possible the 6 have been modified adding the terminal on superior part of the number like you say, i found an example of this solution on " compass stencil alternate":

http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/tipografiaramis/compass-trf-stencil/

that in the regular version " compass alternate" don´t have this terminal on 6.

http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/tipografiaramis/compass-trf/

anyway, the transitions between the thin lines and fat lines of the number (sorry I don't have the term for it) are more thin on the image i uploaded.

Nothing i can found about the 7.

Hope anyone can help or talk us something about the origin or inspiration of this, or "eunoia" or "compass" letter style.

Saludos!

thanks defiantone,

you´re right, the 8 match well whit " eunoia".
the 6 look a bit diferent, the x-heigth it´s taller on "eunoia"
and it´s possible the 6 have been modified adding the terminal on superior part of the number like you say, i found an example of this solution on " compass stencil alternate":

http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/tipografiaramis/compass-trf-stencil/

that in the regular version " compass alternate" don´t have this terminal on 6.

http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/tipografiaramis/compass-trf/

anyway, the transitions between the thin lines and fat lines of the number (sorry I don't have the term for it) are more thin on the image i uploaded.

Nothing i found about the 7.

Hope anyone can help or talk us something about the origin or inspiration of this, or "eunoia" or "compass" letter style.

Saludos!