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Jakob Jensen's picture
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Identify font
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Hi, I need help identifying the font used in the Sofitel Hotels logo. I attached an image with the logo. You can also see the logo at http://www.sofitel.com.

Sincerely Yours,

Jakob Jensen

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Joined: 20 Feb 2002 - 11:00am
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You may very likely find overall similar typefaces, but these slightly bellied/bulgy/curved characters [see the verticals] sure scream (weirdly) custom/ised. They also seem to use ‘FF Clan (Extended)’, by Łukasz Dziedzic, for their ‘Luxury Hotels’ tagline, so the logo may be ‘customised’ Clan, as well.

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Joined: 22 Apr 2008 - 5:06pm
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Welcome to Typophile! Please use the Type ID subforum for type id's: http://www.typophile.com/typeid

Hrant H Papazian's picture
Joined: 3 May 2000 - 11:00am
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Please first help people post their ID requests in the correct section. It might seem strange, but many Typophile users don't like seeing them. For like a decade already. Please see: http://www.typophile.com/node/125109

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Dav, I imagine that the downvotes were indicators that people disagreed with your analysis, not that they thought you were wrong to try to help.

Admittedly, this may show a weakness in the simple upvote/downvote system, compared to other approaches.

Jared Benson's picture
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Appreciate the help here, but let's make sure we direct these posts to the Type ID section. The first time a user posts Type ID to the wrong place, they get a personal message directing them to the proper place. Repeat posters may find themselves with suspended accounts. We gotta channel this activity, or it'll overrun Typophile as it did a year ago. Let's rally together on this!

Interestingly enough, the multiple downvotes does a good job to show Typophile admins and moderators those posts/comments that need attention. While the "meaning" may be ambiguous, it does give the community a tool to help sift signal from noise.