Looking for a squared off font

kitkats's picture

I've used Sackers Square in a project which I liked, but the Director has come back saying it's too thin. I don't want any military or collegiate overtones, needs to be classier than that, although mechanical might be OK in it's context (a title for a documentary).

Any suggestions?

riccard0's picture

Bank gothic?

Renko's picture

United has a ton of different weights.

kitkats's picture

Thank-you, both helpful.

hrant's picture

So are you leaving, or sabotaging?


paragraph's picture

Not sabotaging, perhaps off the mark. Would you like me to leave? Then you could have this place to yourself. You could ask the questions and then answer them.

hrant's picture

You and I don't make this place. I don't want you to leave, but I also don't want to see something I value be abused. If your particular post above was not such a case, then I apologize. But then, I would have to ask:
- Why would somebody who wants to make money selling fonts recommend a free one (that's not one's own attempt at promotion)? Especially since Steve wasn't even asking to save money.
- What's the purpose of neutering old threads of yours?


Michel Boyer's picture

I must confess I find paragraph suggestion amusing: kitkats asked for something that is not military or collegiate and the dafont suggestion (from typodermic) is Octin sports, Octin prison...

Before choosing prison, you could have a look at http://www.identifont.com/similar?428.

Té Rowan's picture

If you're OK with monospaced, there's another Larabie font: Larabiefont.

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