Here's where you can find the Yagi typefaces, if you're interested...

type addict's picture

The typefaces, called Retro Stereo Wide, Thin, and Thin Alternate,
can be found at http://www.acidfonts.com. The cost is absolutely free.

I've been trying to find a digital version of Yagi Double for years
and even made one myself in 1995. These typefaces I found were very
faithfully reproduced.

Look around in the free typeface websites. Who knows? You might find
something very interesting!

Comments

Robert Trogman's picture

Thanks for recognizing my original release film font release of 1968. Yagi fonts were originated in the Facsimile Font program. I'm glad that it has been revived.
Bob Trogman, FotoStar International

PabloImpallari's picture

Hey! They even included Cyrillic!

PabloImpallari's picture

Also, there is a commercial version by Thinkdust
http://new.myfonts.com/fonts/thinkdust/miyagi/

You should contact them so you get proper credit and $$

type addict's picture

Bob, thank you for responding to my comment on Yagi Double,
one of my absolute favorite typefaces.

I never thought that I would read from the man who drew the types.

I've loved it ever since I was a child in the 1970's. Probably
when I watched ABC's Rhyme and Reason game show on TV, back then.
Notice the podium before Bob Eubanks?

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