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I just released my first font in MyFonts. It's a text sans. If it makes success, I'll make a Cyrilic. Hope you like it! Here is a description:
Inspired by Italian Renaissance fonts like Poliphilus, Blado, Centaur and Arrighi, Lucca presents a simple charm and a powerful classic feel. It is cute, friendly, clear and superbly readable.
Its low contrast provides Lucca a firm yet flexible substance, making it sensual and enticing. There’s a certain degree of abstraction in the precise endings, and the whole design was made to survive even in the harshest conditions, conserving its readability and beauty.
Wondering if anyone can place this type used on a ceramic or possibly metal tile from Italy? The text says Italian Fratelli Andreoni Azienda Agricola Roma which translates as Andreoni Brothers Agricultural Company Rome. The way the x-height bars cross the verticals on the A and E is very distinctive, but I can't figure it out myself so any help is very much appreciated.
First post. Great site.
I am looking for old italian typefaces, or references to this so that I may recreate certain aspects.
I was wondering if anyone knew the typeface that displayed the soccer players names for the Italian soccer team in the Euro 2012 games? I have attached a picture.
would anybody be so kind to identity cafe carolina, italian cuisine's typeface?
simular typefaces would be great too!
Greater Albion Typefounders have just released tow new Typefaces on Fontspring and Myfonts:
Bertolessi, is a Roman face made fun, with a healthy dose of filigree curves thrown into the mix. It's an ideal compliment to our extensive Bertoni family, but can be used anywhere a bit of humour and flair is required.
Blue Vinyl Fonts is happy to introduce Darlena!
Darlena is a swashed typeface that is perfect for grabbing attention. Influenced by Italian calligraphy from the late 1500’s, with modern serifs thrown in.
This could be custom, but anyone know it or something close to it?
I was browsing the web for fonts for my next tattoo idea, when I came upon this website. I saw many great postings, so I decided to see if anyone could possibly help me find pictures of the font in a very early bible from Italy, from Rome or the surrounding area if possible. I just need a few pictures, so I can have my artist draw from them. I am getting the 23rd psalm written out across my chest, and I wish to have the most accurate font possible. Thanks all!
I am looking for a font for a project inspired by the 'Divine Comedy' / Dante's 'Inferno' - found this lovely sample from an old edition. Can anyone point me in the direction of a font with similarly spiky serifs?
thanks in advance for your time and assistance!
First, I am new here. Hello.
A client of mine has given me a t-shirt to be recreated and contains four fonts that I cannot identify for the life of me.
I have scanned then traced the image in illustrator, then thew em' in photoshop and converted it into a jpeg as i see thats the preferred format here.
I greatly appreciate any help I receive on this.
"The Real Avatar," what is that font?
I've made a basic (very basic) font based on an italian gothic script. At the moment I've included lowercase letters, some contextual alternates, basic punctuation and common accented glyph for italian.
[for some reasons I can't insert images: you can see the pdf and my flickr page]
This 'gotica corsiva' was used in XIV century to write books in italian language, hence the copies of Dante's Commedia, etc. are written in that way.
You can find images on the web, searching for 'gotica corsiva'
I am currently doing a logo for Italian restaurant, pizzeria and spaghetteria. Name for restaurant is Bruschetta, located in Zadar, Croatia.
Client even before brief wanted Kunstler script to use as main typography but I think it is not so appropriate for an Italian restaurant.
I need alternative for script if client doesn't want to use serifed typeface.
So I am looking for a script that has organic feel, that has connection with food, vegetables, ingredients. And also convey italian and mediterranean feel.
Thought of pairing Bodoni and Bodoni script but I am not sure for now.
And maybe something like this.
I am designing the graphic content of a small museum celebrating the Italian immigrant contribution to Australian culture. My clients want a very contemporary look. I wondered if other typophiles might be able to recommend any recent (post Novarese) type design work coming out of Italy that would be appropriate. I need display type and a type family for bigger blocks of information. Any assistance much appreciated.