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

This is not a direct type ID, but I am hoping I can get some thoughts on an existing font that has similar properties.

I'm working on an identity project for a local emerging fashion designer and after having done a cursory evaluation of her brand, I'm on the hunt for a font to pair with it. We are going for old Hollywood with a modern and fresh twist. Jessica Hische is one of my design idols and I happened across a book cover she did and the look of it fits perfectly - if only she extrapolated this into a font!

Looks retro
Still very modern and fresh
Very clean
Slightly feminine

Please help my identify this typeface

Can anyone tell me what typeface this is?

Hi, I was just wondering if anyone could please help ID the following sans serif font.
The capital 'A' has a look of the NASA font and the rest of the letters have a slight sci-fi feel.
I've attached uppercase and lowercase refs if anyone can help shed some light.

Thanks, Jamie

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Chorus Typeface

Chorus Typeface
In music Chorus means a collective effort to sing in unison. Harmony and uniformity are it's key characteristics, the same has been integrated in this typeface. Every letterform has been designed so as to reflect harmony and uniformity when used together to form a letter,
sentence or paragraph.

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I'm looking for a good serif for a project with a late 19th century look to it (Alternate Gothic and Clarendon bold are also involved).

I think I'd like to use something like Brunel (http://www.christianschwartz.com/brunel.shtml) or Benton Modern Display (http://www.fontbureau.com/fonts/BentonModernDisplay/).

The former seems to be in limited release and the latter could work but I'd like to know what other similar fonts are out there. I tried to search for information on "English Modern" (Which is what the designer says Brunel is) but I can't find anything.

I know the moderns like Bodoni, Century and Modern No. 20 but I don't think they're right for this.

What do you think?

Saw this the other day and would love to know what the font is. Looks pretty contemporary, but any ideas gratefully received.

Many thanks!

Hello,

i spent one full day on looking for a font as close as possible to this one. Now i found this site and i really hope someone here might help out.
My best guess is its a modification or mixture of Tenby Seven Light and Eurostile Extended #2.

Regards,
Chris

I designed this wordmark almost 10 years ago. I just heard from the client for the first time in many years and they're wondering what the font is. HELP!

The original of this logo has been lost and I have been tasked with recreating it. Does anyone know what fonts these are?

Thanks!

Hello,

I have been trying to identify the typestyle of the "t" and "c" in the attached image, but have been unsuccessful. Can anyone help me out?

Much appreciated,
Krista

Hello Typophiles!
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We are proud to announce that our type LOGOMOTION is now at #26 Hot New Fonts ranking in Myfonts! (And growing)
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"LOGOMOTION" by Fernando Díaz: a typeface specially designed for logotypes, but can also be used in headlines, posters & signage. It has many OpenType feature programming, that give a more playful and rhythmic spirit, creating an interesting geometric-sans and script mix.

Hello!

I've recently been asked to put a brochure together in a similar style to the photo attached.

Any ideas on the fonts used, or anything similar?

Really appreciate your help, this site rocks. !

Hello All,

I have been trying to id this font for a while now and turned up a blank every time.

Do you guys have any clue what it may be. I pulled the image from a sun-strip on a car wind shield so the image is a little distorted but I think its clear enough for you to get the idea.

Thanks for taking the time to have a look at this. Good luck !

Hello Typophiles!
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We are proud to announce our new release!
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"LOGOMOTION" by Fernando Díaz: a typeface specially designed for logotypes, but can also be used in headlines, posters & signage. It has many OpenType feature programming, that give a more playful and rhythmic spirit, creating an interesting geometric-sans and script mix.

LOGOMOTION

I would appreciate any feedback on this font I am working on.

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/11835787/new%20fontv8.jpg

Thanks typophile!

Can anyone tell me what font is being used in the header/logo here? It's very close to the free font, Ostrich Sans...but it's bolder. Open to suggestions of similar fonts too...client just likes this one.

View Font Here: Breanna Rose.

Looking for something with this overall style.

Thanks!

I'd like to identify this font that is similar to Helvetica Neue Thin but the bowls on the lowercase letters are open.

Hello,
Can anyone help me with the typeface on "Avalon" in this logo?
I've been searching and can't crack this one.

Thanks!

Please can someone identify this extremely high contrast Didone with rounded terminals on the capital S and G used in the Christie's magazine designed by Spin as can be seen here:

http://spin.co.uk/latest-work/christies-magazine/

I have included some attachments here too...

Many thanks.

Hi does anyone know any modern English typefaces.I know of Baskerville and Calson but need something more modern for a project.

Thanks!

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DIDOT?

Hi,

I know this falls under "modern" faces, and my best guess would be Didot. It would, though, be nice to be confirmed or else find out the correct face.
Thanks.

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I was wondering if someone can ID this font that I found in a magazine which I would like to use for my work. It resembles Alba a little bit, but it is not Alba

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Didot? Shaded?

Hi,

I have two questions concerning the typeface the upper part of the text, i.e. "NO.357 | L.17", is set in:

1. My best guess is that it is Didot. Am I right?

2. Irrespective of the answer to the first question, what keyword should I be using when searching for typefaces with lines running through the strokes of characters as in this sample? I thought "shaded" would be a good starting point, and it indeed got me some good results. Could you suggest any other keywords that will get me typefaces similar to the one used in the image?

Thanks.

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