Impossible type

Okay, so this type, i've been looking for it for days, it reminds me of Futura, but it doesn't fit the C nor the M. I've concluded it down to Mostra-type or alike.

Do you think it's a modified type?
If i would say a thicker version of this Gothic type http://new.myfonts.com/fonts/ortizlopez/olround-gothic/

would i be right?

Atwe's picture

I'd say DTL Nobel

qualitycontrol's picture

The centre vertex of /M/ in Nobel doesn't reach down to the baseline, but it's pretty close. (the font, not the vertex)

Jan's picture

Why not ask Chip Kidd? He seems to have done the cover.

projectioncloud's picture

It's the M i've been struggling with...
I haven't seen any M like that in a font that is as nobel per say...
I've browsed art deco for ages, hate when i don't find it..

It doesn't seem to be that familiar, maybe a higher risk of a modified type?

projectioncloud's picture

I actually twitterd the guy, hehe, hope reply comes soon..
or else i'll go medieval..

AntiGravity's picture

it has a hint of verlag as well

projectioncloud's picture

indeed it does, but it's the god damn M that i can't figure out...

he did not answer my tweet either... Silly...

Other suggestions?

Anyone?

Jan's picture

Looking at this one thread posted by Yves (also about a Chip Kidd design) it sure could be this:

http://www.terminaldesign.com/customfonts/fonts/vfsans/

.00's picture

What version of the book is that cover? The cover image on Amazon has a different type treatment.

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