I'am working on a logo for my studio that develops interactive books and games. I am quite happy with the logo, but I really need help with tweaking the letterforms - optical corrections with "mber" letters mainly (I am not experienced enough with it). Will be glad to get your help, thanks a lot.
I saw this in a recently produced documentary photography book, being used to typeset quotes. It resembles handwriting in pen and ink, and is slightly blotchy in outline. I wonder if the spaced out characters are indicative to the font or whether they have been treated that way. The spacing makes it look modern, but the characters, especially the r and ascending/descending characters look old fashioned. Any clues?
Hello everyone, I just want to share a new release Piel Script.
After several years of receiving tattoo requests and images of them using my fonts, I decided to design and publish a tattoo-style typeface. You can see the specimen here. I hope you like it as much as I enjoyed designing it.
Could anyone please help me identity these fonts? I'm looking at the typefaces you find on the round ink postage stamps (do they have a different name to normal paper stamps?) - in particular these:
If anyone knows what they are or knows of anything similar I would really appreciate it.
I'm working on a small first edition of a book and now that they're printed, the client would like to have them hand numbered.
So I'm wondering. If written by hand, what kind of ink?
Permanent, but that won't bleed through a matte coated stock.
Or perhaps one of those old-fashioned number stamps, but what kind of ink?
I'd love to hear from anyone with experience in signing or numbering limited editions or with suggestions for this.
Need to know what font is used for the "Studio Gaven" portion of the logo at the top of the page.