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Country’s Leading Newspaper Enlists Linotype’s Nadine Chahine to Design Typeface in Memory of Gebran Tueni, An-Nahar’s Former Editor and Publisher
Oh mountain, no wind can shake you” – this is the Lebanese saying that inspired Linotype typeface designer Nadine Chahine as she created the Gebran2005™ typeface. Designed for An-Nahar, Lebanon’s leading Arabic-language daily newspaper, Chahine’s creation is part of a major redesign of the publication, available in its new look beginning today in Beirut.
“We will continue to shine a bright light on the importance of free speech in the Middle East that will not be dimmed”
I am working on a project that requires some 1950s/60s typefaces (or something that looks very similar). The project relates to jazz music of the era so any retro and/or jazzy typeface recommendations are welcome.
I have this image with some type I'd like to imitate. Especially the "Sound Magic" in the third row. Can anyone id any of these faces?
Hi type brains, I found this typeface at an exhibition and am not sure what it is? Take a look, I really like the lower case 'g'
I’m working on polishing a logotype for a client and could use your help pointing out any areas to clean up. I’m rather new at modifying type. The original face is Fling.
Also, I’m looking for the right serif to use for body copy with this, hopefully something that’s classy and modern but maybe with some feminine character. Hopefully with a nice small cap variation.
Thanks for your help!
Hey there Typophiles!
I've been interested in type for some years now but never really tried myself at this discipline.
I recently started thinking about a simple sans-serif font, based on my natural way of drawing letters. So I opened a Tumblr to document my creation process and share some studies on well known sans-serif fonts (mainly Helvetica, Futura and Century Gothic). What you'll find now is pictures of some of my very first drafts and visual studies of those fonts (comparing sizes, angles and so on, trying to understand their logic). And hopefully you'll find in some weeks/months/years a final OTF file for you to download.
Here's the site!
Hello, can anybody help with identifying the 'font' used in this logo? I'm redrawing it for a client as part of a refresh/rebrand but I'd like to figure out what the starting point is.
It seems to be pretty Garamond-esque but there are a couple of things throwing it out... Most notably the 'K' and perhaps the 'R'.
Thanks in advance for any help you can give me :)
View it here - http://yfrog.com/f/h29st2j/
I'm a thesis student at OCAD (Ontario College of Art and Design) in Toronto, Canada, and I'm trying to start up a typeface foundry at our school called Xheight.
The foundry will promote, nurture and distribute student typeface design through the web. There's also a printed annual component.
Please help my research out by doing the survey at www.xheight.org ! Suggestions are much appreciated as well :D Thanks!
I have new Typography website - Check it out on: www.moshik.net
On the website you can find my new Experimental Typography project - Playful Ampersand and many more Typography projects. Beside that you can download cool Typography wallpapers for your computer screen or for your iPad for now..
and of course you can order cool Typography posters and T-shirts :)
Please feel free to leave a comment and share it with your friends.
Type & Typography based designer
Monotype Imaging Adds the Bradley Type Handwriting Fonts into the ITC Typeface Collection
Newest Releases Extend the Versatility of Designer Richard Bradley's ITC Bradley Hand Fonts
Monotype Imaging Holdings Inc. (Nasdaq: TYPE), a leading global provider of text imaging solutions, has released the six-font Bradley Type™ family of handwriting fonts into the company's ITC® typeface collection. The newest additions can be licensed and downloaded from Monotype Imaging's Fonts.com, ITCFonts.com and Linotype.com stores. Bradley Type is also available for website design from Fonts.com Web Fonts.
Designed by calligrapher, lettering artist and type designer Richard Bradley, the latest design is intended to be a versatile counterpart to his ITC Bradley Hand™ fonts, released in 1995. "Typefaces are rarely designed in response to public demand, but that's exactly what led Richard back to the drawing board to create Bradley Type," said Allan Haley, director of words and letters at Monotype Imaging. Bradley said, "After listening to so many graphic designers ask for a version without ITC Bradley Hand's rough edges, I knew I had a mandate."
Newest Releases Extend the Versatility of Designer Richard Bradley’s ITC Bradley Hand Fonts
WOBURN, Mass., March 10, 2011 – Monotype Imaging Holdings Inc. (Nasdaq: TYPE), a leading global provider of text imaging solutions, has released the six-font Bradley Type™ family of handwriting fonts into the company’s ITC® typeface collection. The newest additions can be licensed and downloaded from Monotype Imaging’s Fonts.com, ITCFonts.com and Linotype.com stores. Bradley Type is also available for website design from Fonts.com Web Fonts.
Anybody know what typeface Honda uses in their tagline The Power of Dreams?
I'd like to announce the release of the work-in-progress version of my new typeface, Otama. All thoughts and opinions are very much welcome and appreciated.
Free to download from www.timdonaldson.com/otama-ep.zip
I am a student, currently in the process of purchasing my first font pack. After doing some research on this forum I came across two particular options that seems to fit what I need
Adobe FontFolio Education Essentials,
the 1000 fonts from bitstream that are stored with CorelDraw Graphic Suite X5
now my question is which would be better for someone in my position?
Should I stick with the Adobe collection because of the versatility of it's collection, or get the CorelDraw fonts because of the vast immensity in the scale of what it offers? Which of the two would offer me a better ground as far as building up my skills, and collection from?
Hi everyone, I'm looking for some suggestions for a font to contrast ITC Machine. The word "Foundation" will be placed under the logo, which is based off ITC Machine. Ideally I am looking to use all caps if that helps anyone.
Thanks for the suggestions!
My David Thometz Design original digital typeface designs were spotlighted in an article by Allison Rupp in the Knoxville News Sentinel Monday, Feb. 28, along with the work of amazing fellow East Tennessee designers Jeremy Dooley of Chattanooga and Timothy Lyle of Knoxville:
David Thometz Design
987 Simerly Creek Rd
Hampton, TN 37658-3627
Facebook: David Thometz
Facebook Group: David Thometz Design
Although this is, in part, a type ID question, I have posted it in general discussions because I would like to know more about this bizarre face than simply a name. On any PDFs downloaded from the JSTOR database, the name and copyright info appear in a distinctive and very amateur-looking typeface. Adobe Reader identifies it as CODE-2000 (TrueType). It is an unusually inconsistent font in many ways, as the attached pictures show. I am sure every typophile out there can pick out the idiosyncrasies for him- or herself. Does anyone know who deigned this face, or what its history entails?
Hi, I've been trying to figure out the name of this lovely Font shown below.
That's a scan of page 14 of "Elementarteilchen", english "Atomised" from Michel Houellebecq.
Seems to be a tricky font - no results with "What the font" or the like.
The "?" and the "ß" are strikingly.
Thanks a lot for the help!
Monotype Imaging Introduces the Camphor Typeface Family into the Monotype Collection
Classic British Typefaces from the 20th Century Provided Inspiration for Nick Job, Designer of Camphor
Monotype Imaging Holdings Inc. (Nasdaq:TYPE), a leading global provider of text imaging solutions, has added the 12-font Camphor™ typeface family to the company's Monotype® collection. The new additions are now available from Monotype Imaging's Fonts.com, Linotype.com and ITCFonts.com stores. In addition, Camphor Web fonts are available from Fonts.com Web Fonts for website design.
Ok, so it is that inevitable time in every brand's life when it must be made into a website.
In this case the printed materials would use Gotham Narrow as a body copy font. The question is, which is more like Gotham Narrow: Tahoma or Verdana, and why?
I have adjusted size and tracking to get all three into the same basic space and configuration. Please forgive any little issues.
I am eagerly awaiting interesting comparative notes. Thanks in advance!
I am doing research about the souvenir typeface. But suprisenly there's not much ads on the
internet form the '60, '70 maybe '80 using this typeface. Does anyone knows a good site or book were I can find it? Any info about the Souvenir typeface is welcome too.
Thank a lot and greetings
About periodic table of typefaces, is it prepared scientifically?
Looking to confirm the type information here. The data should be accurate but, let me know if you find any issues.
The text file is now attached at the end of this post: http://typophile.com/files/Typefaces.txt
Lexicon (designed in 1992 by Bram de Does) is pre-eminently suitable for output on laser and other low-resolution printers and for typesetting in small sizes.
Lexicon is therefore the perfect typeface for use in office correspondence) and applications that require highly economical setting (dictionaries, Bibles, timetables, encyclopedias etc.). Lexicon has been used for example in Van Dale's Het Groot Woordenboek der Nederlandse Taal.
I'm looking for recommendations on calligraphers/lettering experts who specialise in script typography, particularly the "copperplate script" kind for logo use.
Does anyone have contacts or recommendations?
Hey everyone, anybody know what this face is?