(x) Grotesque-like Font Unknown - Arial, Attila aka Avant Garde Gothic {Stephen, self (Thomas R)}

rockerest's picture

Hello all!

So I lost a font, and now I want to recreate the image I created with it, and I can't find it.

I built a basic "logo" using some font that is remarkably similar to "Grotesque" and used it on a website. Now that I want to use it again, BOTH remote .PSD files are corrupt AND my local .PSD is corrupt, so I can't access the file to determine what font it is.

I have over 1500 fonts and I've spent about 2 hours looking through them and nothing fits.

I've attached the ONLY sample text I have for it. I know it's minimal, but maybe someone knows what it is.

Thanks in advance.

-rockerest

EDIT:
Notice the vertical bars on the parentheses. I have not yet seen a font that has both these vertical bars (versus continuous curves) and the inward facing stroke ends on the parentheses (versus upwards or diagonal stroke ends).

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Stephen Coles's picture

The 't' is remarkably similar to Monotype Grotesque Roman with the end shaved a bit. But the parens don't match.

Stephen Coles's picture

I regret to inform you that the 't' is Arial.

rockerest's picture

Thanks for looking.

I made a huge mistake. Those are brackets, not parentheses. I can't believe I did that, and with that knowledge, I figured out that the bracket font is Atilla, while the "t" font is Arial, as you said.

I'm kicking myself hard about the bracket/parentheses thing. Thanks again for your help.

-rockerest

Florian Hardwig's picture

I regret to inform you that Attila is a cheap rip-off of ITC Avant Garde Gothic.

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