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Hello Typo-Interested Fellows

I've been looking for (freedom) but foremost a suitable monospace font for a project I'm working on.
I appreciate all kinds of hints (Names, URL's and so on) – looking specifically for clean, constructed, modular Typefaces.

Thanks heaps for your help.
L.

Hello!

I'm a newbie in a need of some typo advice from experts as I have become overwhelmed by browsing the web ...

I'm a student and currently redesigning a medical magazine run by a non-profit student organization.

I'm looking for a sans serif for headings (it will also appear on posters) and a serif for long texts (2 columns).
Keywords: economical, legible, modern

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Need Help With id

I Need Help with IDing this type i am doing a sign for a customer and i need tho find out what the type is but the customer does not know.

I'm looking for help picking up fonts to try with a logo design for my law firm. It's a solo practice, with a modern edge in that it's a mostly paperless office. I'm a fairly young attorney, so nothing too traditional or old-school, but I also need something fairly conservative.

So, I'm looking for something that's modern/contemporary, conveys trustworthiness/warmth, sophistication and is still commanding enough to give the appearance of professionalism and knowledge.

And and all suggestions are appreciated!

Hello

I am looking to find out more about the serif font used in BLAST 1, the famous British Vorticist publication. THe sample attached is of the serif face in question, the rest of the publication primarily uses a heavy Grot.

If you don't know it already, well worth a look at some truly avant-garde typography considering the context. http://dl.lib.brown.edu/mjp/render.php?view=mjp_object&id=1143209523824844

thanks as always for any time and assistance.

M

Hey all, any ideas what this is?

Thanks

Laurie

Preto Serif pdf specimen and more samples...
Buy Preto Serif at MyFonts

Hello,

Few years ago i stumble upon some font on old poster, when i tried to find it, via various sites, nothing pop-up... then i thought, probably is old and it wasn't renewed and/or remaked.
But recently i encountered on it again, with slight changes, and most important on a new design, which means - it's still in use, and it exists. Tryed again with "what is this font" sites, nothing again...

Then i decided that i need your help!
This is the font.

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Typeface used by Pantagram

Greetings!

What typeface does Pentagram use for their identity? My initial guess was Bitstream Modern No. 20. But it doesn’t look like it.

Below is an example of Pentagram logotype. Another example is the letterhead they use. See attached PDF at the end. Thanks!

Any ideas on what this font is?

Thanks

Hello Typophiles,
Hope you've all been good.

I'm giving final touches to a new Latin typeface which has also a soft/rounded version. I was slightly confused whether I should call it Rounded or Soft? Any suggestions?

Here is how it looks:

Thanks,
Satya

Hey Guys,
My apologies for the resolution on the image, and this may be custom as it is a part of a brand, but look familiar to anyone? Cheers,
m

Hi all, just hoping you could help me out here.

I'm making a type specimen book for my sophomore portfolio review and I'm trying to find distinguishing characters for twenty typefaces. I've been having some trouble finding information on some of the typefaces, so I turn it to you. I need at least 5 distinguishing characters for each, preferably in Roman or Regular, and why they distinguish the typeface. I'm thinking that I'm going to use Q in all of my designs, because almost every Q is different and special. I just need help with the why it is special and wording it appropriately.

Typefaces I still need information for:
ITC Cheltenham
Berkeley Oldstyle
Interstate
Minion

Hi all, just hoping you could help me out here.

I'm making a type specimen book for my sophomore portfolio review and I'm trying to find distinguishing characters for twenty typefaces. I've been having some trouble finding information on some of the typefaces, so I turn it to you. I need at least 5 distinguishing characters for each, preferably in Roman or Regular, and why they distinguish the typeface. I'm thinking that I'm going to use Q in all of my designs, because almost every Q is different and special. I just need help with the why it is special and wording it appropriately.

Typefaces I still need information for:
ITC Cheltenham
Berkeley Oldstyle
Interstate
Minion

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New typeface released, it was inspired by movie tittles from old B&W Hollywood movies. The typeface was custom designed in vector format using a high number of colors to produce a realistic 3D effect.

It is perfect for display use, large format graphics, magazines, posters and 3D design.

It was showcased at Typography Served: http://www.typographyserved.com/gallery/Smoking-Club-Typeface/5410327
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Hi Guys,
I realize this is custom face for Noma restaurant by Kontrapunkt (http://www.kontrapunkt.com/en/cases/a-recipe-for-succes/), but any suggestions on a typeface with a similar stripped down modernist but friendly / organic feel? Thanks in advance,
m

im sure someone can ID this specific cut, right?

please advise!

Hello everyone. I am a novice in type design aiming on making a serif (and if possible, a sans-serif companion) type system aimed at newspaper use. I am still in development, and I am looking at some other fonts that look great on print.

Hi everybody,

first I'm going to briefly introduce myself (silent reader and observer for a longer time, now finally joined):
My name is Cornelia but I prefer to be called Conny, I'm 26 and studying media design at Rheinische Fachhochschule Köln (Cologne), what I really enjoy, it is a great experience with a lot of demandful tasks. Like the one I could need your help:

My topic will need some space.
I am planning on printing a booklet that contains a potrait about the "Didot" font. (I'm afraid my English is a bit rusty, please don't hesitate to correct me in case of failing at technical terms.)

It is a task at my typography discipline (Rheinische Fachhochschule Köln). Every student does another font.

The Golden Gate Bridge just celebrated its 75th anniversary. I was wondering what typeface would best represent it.
Some attributes to think about…
-Built in 1937
-American Design
-Bridge Style: Art Deco / Modern

I am leaning towards:
-Broadway
-Gill Sans
-Franklin Gothic
-Din
-Bank Gothic

I would appreciate any thoughts.

Can anybody help with this? We have been researching for weeks now with no luck. I would appreciate it so much.

http://hautemacabre.com/2010/10/faux-semblants/

I'm looking for the main 'Faux Semblants' typeface.

Thanks,

Ed.

I'd like to know the background from the typefaces used in (hand engraved) music scores. I have looked at the text faces for setting titles, lyrics, tempi and dynamics. Music symbols is another interesting subject, since there is a great decline in typographical standards when comparing computer scores to traditional scores. There is no digital music symbol font that I know of that has attention to all the details that you would find in an engraved score.

Hi,
need to figure out the name of this font asap
Thanks in advancec

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