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I have been trying to get a confirmed name on this font. I am somewhat certain a whole font exists for it because there are many similar logos from the same era, and because this was a digitally designed logo.
Yes, I am aware that it is super cheesy.
If anyone can identify this font, I would greatly appreciate it.
I have found so many which are similar , but just can't lock onto the exact match.
Sorry about the poor quality image, it is the largest that I could find.
It comes from Labor arts and culture magazine http://www.revistalabor.com/.
Help! Does anybody know what font this is or what this might say or mean? Any info helps. Thanks.
If anyone could help identify the attached font it would be greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance
Does anyone have any idea what Font this is?
A friend of mine is trying to find out the font of our gaming clan. Any help on what font you may think this is would be appreciated. Thank you :)
I have a big assignment for school and I've decided to display my work in a fake magazine (I don't know if it makes any sense). I've chosen to take CLASH magazine as an inspiration for page settings but I have some trouble identifying the fonts they use and I'd really like to use the same since I think they look very good.
I'm posting a few pages, if you know the name of any font on it, please tell me (I don't care about the logo, though)
Sorry, I guess most of them must be quite obvious, but I don't know a lot about fonts.
I was wondering if there are any searches for font appearance that use exclusion or allow you to select multiple characteristics
lets say I want to find all fonts with open 4's and has 7's with a strike through and I don't care if they are san-serf or serf
but I also want to look for stencil fonts with double story E's.
I would have to do separate searches. I'm kinda upset because instead of selecting for multiple characteristics I want in a font
I'm selecting one and eliminating all others.
Are there any better tools out there besides identifont?
Can someone identify this font for me please?
I would appreciate it if someone could identify this font or if they know of something very similar.
I've recently come into a new position and need to identify the font used to create the company's logo. The creator has told me he no longer remember the exact font used.
I've uploaded a image of the logo for anyone to examine.
A big thankyou in advance.
I just wanted to see if anyone could help me identify the fonts in this logo. I just can't seem to find anything close enough. Thanks in advance.
Please help me ID this font. I have used all the online tools, and consulted some designers but they have been unable to help. Can you?
I need help identifying this font:
It seems to actually be two fonts (one for the top text and one for the bottom). I have downloaded a Vector Stock image from http://www.vectorstock.com/royalty-free-vector/vintage-card-vector-826177 and I really liked the way this font looked together with that image. Unfortunatly the text is not editable and does not have any info about the font used.
If the exact font cannot be identified, suggestions would be helpful. I am looking for something to go along with that image. I plan on using the floral type design from the link to make a gift label for guests at a wedding.
Hi there, Im trying to determine what this font might be, any ideas would be greatly appreciated...!!
I was hoping someone could assist me in identifying the font used in this logo by Orlebar Brown ?
Thank you very much!
Please could you help with the font in the Sage (UK) logo - the letters are all touching so none of the auto font identifications are working for me and I only have 4 letters for the question based identification sites.
Can anyone help me determine what typeface this is. The 'W' is very distinctive and I would really like to find out what it is.
I cannot find this font! Anyone recognize it? Much Thanks for any help!
I'm looking for this font to possibly port to print material and logo.
Client only information was that it came from a sign shop located in west Canada.
Any leads or help would be appreciated of course.
Happy Sunday typophile board!
/edit: Sorry everyone, realized the name was in the CENTER of the image. Too many design finals have fried my brain.
But if anyone knows where the lower case 't' came from in the middle
-or- the foundry that produced 'Fadeaway' typeface I would be much obliged
Hey everyone, anybody know what this face is?