(x) "Taqueria Santa Fe" informal uneven sans caps - Lucheta Payol {Yves}

austin's picture

Hey!

Trying to figure out what this is. It's killing me. Any suggestions?

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bowfinpw's picture

Well, now I'm in the same boat. I have been looking for this every way I could think of to categorize it. The closest fonts i found were Quixley and Jackdaw, but neither of them is especially close. (In case you cared about 'Santa Fe' that is Ray Larabie's Deftone, with some grungifying).

Because this has the look of a freebie, I spent a lot of time first at Dafont looking for categories I thought would cover the style, but I couldn't find it. Partly, this is maddening because I think it looks familiar.

Maybe this post will prompt someone else to get aboard?

- Mike Yanega

austin's picture

thanks for the advice on santa fe.

in regards to the other part i think i'm just going to redraw the thing instead of dicking around waiting for an answer

bowfinpw's picture

Austin, I know you don't post here often, but it does help if you give a more descriptive title for your post. "Informal Uneven Sans Taqueria", for example, would have clued in folks who know more about that style of font, and Taqueria would be a key word I would remember if I found the answer, but wanted to find this thread again. You can edit the thread title, since you were the one who posted it.

- Mike Yanega

austin's picture

thanks for the info! i already redrew it.

Bald Condensed's picture

There really was no need: this is Lucheta Payol by Mexican type designer Quique Ollervides as seen in this FontFeed post.

bowfinpw's picture

Here is a link to actually get the font (2 versions). That FontFeed was hard to connect to anywhere to get it.

- Mike Yanega

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