Submitted by Anonymous on 25 September 2001 - 12:36pm Hey there, hello. I need to create a logo/typetreatment that has a country ﬂavor but more rock and roll, anyone have any suggestions. It is a memphis based record label. Thanks in advance for the help! Comments Permalink Submitted by Anonymous on 25 September 2001 - 4:34pm Jimmy, When I think country I think Clarendon slabs… Try Font Bureau’s fat Giza or Belizio: http://www.fontbureau.com/specimens/giza.html http://www.fontbureau.com/specimens/belizio.html For a quirky feel have a look at PsyOps’ Oxtail or Fountain’s Barbera. http://www.psyops.com/html/specimens.html http://www.fountain.nu/ If you want to get old-school western funky with shadowed wood type there are some great options… ITC’s Magniﬁco: http://www.itcfonts.com/fonts/product.asp?sid=MD5LPQ3TBACA9N1GNAKR5NJEFV3A5M42&st=KEYWORD Bitstream’s Vineta: http://www.myfonts.com/FontFamily192.html Decorated 035: http://www.myfonts.com/FontFamily210.html and for free, Ray Larabie’s Bullpen: http://www.larabiefonts.com/fonts/b2.html Stephen Permalink Submitted by Joe Pemberton on 25 September 2001 - 5:57pm Emigre’s Brothers and Council (both designed by John Downer) are oh, so nice. But it all depends on what kind of ‘country’ you’re talking about. I could see this stuﬀ working for old school, back woods, folk stuﬀ. But I couldn’t see it working for the likes of Garth, what’s-his-name, Brooks. (Confession: I’m not a country fan.) //joe Brothers is definitly Permalink Submitted by Eric West on 22 May 2005 - 8:34am Brothers is definitly bluegrass-esque. Think ... O Brother Where Art Thou ... Is the post, you're trying to find a type that works for a country/rock band? please clarify Permalink Submitted by Peter Bruhn on 25 September 2001 - 6:18pm Letterrors Federal has a country (or Wanted-poster) feel to it + it looks like something out of Rolling Stones magazine (for that rock’n roll feeling) the inspiration? = US currency type http://www.letterror.com/foundry/fed/gallery.html /peter Huh? What is this 4 year old Permalink Submitted by Yves Peters on 22 May 2005 - 12:13pm Huh? What is this 4 year old post doing here!? :-D Permalink Submitted by Anonymous on 26 September 2001 - 1:06am Awesome. Thanks guys…. you fellas are darn quick on the draw. Now mosey on.