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It’s a wide-set display didone. My design uses hairline serifs, and then flared shapes that flow from the hairline to construct letterforms that usually are defined by serifs, where a hairline serif would be too ill-defined.
Here is my newly modified logotype that I am expanding into a typeface, I added a curl to the /R/ leg, as well as tracked out my first name.
Encode Sans v1 Released
Quick post. No pictures, no descriptions... just click the link and see for yourself
I'm trying to identify this font for 3days, yet have no match...
Could you suggest what this font is?
For Immediate Release:
Alameda, CA- February 12th, 2013
Delve Fonts presents Rieven™ Roman, by Steven Skaggs.
Available now at: http://www.delvefonts.com/rieven_roman.html
In order to address those instances where the more contemporary letterforms are preferred, designer Steven Skaggs has expanded the Rieven family by creating a Roman version that can be used hand-in-hand with its predecessor, Rieven Uncial.
My new typeface, "Columbia Titling", is now on sale at MyFonts and for a limited time is just $8 for four weights!
Columbia Titling is an titling-caps display family based on wide Clarendon-style wood type and industrial signage design from the late-19th and early-20th Century. It includes a small set of OpenType features, including both tabular and proportional figures, special superscript ordinal suffixes, underlined superscript alternate letters, and OpenType fractions. The typeface takes its name from the historic S.S. Columbia, a steamboat launched in 1903. Though not a true reproduction, the wide, slab serif letterforms on the front of the Columbia's wheelhouse provided some inspiration for to develop this typeface. Enjoy!
Hi there, could you please identify the font used here? I've already tried MyFonts WhatTheFont, but with no good results. (It's a screen from this lyrics video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uL_XwvMjmeY )
I've looked everywhere for this, and I simply can't recognize it. It may look like someone manually made it wider than it actual
I've looked everywhere for this, and I simply can't recognize it. It may look like someone manually made it wider than it actually is. The G looks pretty off. Appreciate all the help I can get.
When merely "extended" just would not do, here is Paragraph Stretch™: a super extended or elongated geometric display typeface. It is a modular unicase typeface: the capitals and lower case fit the same height and width, so they are interchangeable: fancy a round "W" in all caps? Use the lower case. Want a straight "x" in lower case? Use the cap. And so on. Designed for use at larger sizes for logotypes, short titles or headings. It supports Western plus Nordic, Eastern European and Turkish languages.
Available from MyFonts.
Hello! I'm trying to find the typeface Jessica Hische uses for the navigational items on her site (Type, Design, Illustration, Back, More etc.) I'm being tripped up by the nice little flourishes in the K, R, etc. Is it possible that it's a custom typeface? Alternatives are also welcome, I really like the proportions that one has going on-- wide but compact, legible very small, etc. Thanks! http://www.jessicahische.com/
I've been seeing this around and would like to finally know what it's called. What the Font came up with a couple close ones, but no exact matches I don't think.
I need some help identifying this font or if anyone has similar font suggestions. I also liked the "Pringle of Scotland" logo typeface.
Anyways, any help would be greatly appreciated.
I've found several similar fonts but none of them match exactly... most do not have consistent vertical width, or the middle of the S is not slanted, or the B is too round, etc.
Font is from a hoodie design printed by Liberty University.
I'm looking for some sans fonts with thick (bold/black), wide, low x-height capital letters. Some ideas I've tried already are Neutra Display, Agenda Black, Nevis... along those lines. I often see these fonts with wide kerning as subtext in logos.
I know this is only one letter, but very similar to Rokkans R: http://rokkan.com/imgs/rokkan_logo_header.png
(If anyone knows that specific R that would be great too)
I will find some more examples. Sorry if this is the wrong thread to post in.
Hey Guys, we were asked to make a font under these conditions:
- Use only Horizontal and Vertical Lines
- Cannot simulate a curve leaving pixels white on the corners.
- Uppercase Characters and Numbers Only.
This is what i have so far - http://fontstruct.fontshop.com/fontstructions/show/nepo_3
- Height is 7px and Width is 10px
- Small Version
Some of my thoughts:
- The D looks weird
- Is my X Valid?
- Other ways to make the M, N and W ?
- The S and the 5 look too much alike?
- Help with Spacing
I need a hand with identifying this logo.
My mind has just gone completely blank, and I can think what typeface this is! Please help if you can; should be quite easy.
I'm going nuts trying to identify this wide, geometric sans which I've seen on my local Fox channel's news graphics and most recently on the Screen Actors Guild awards on January 23, 2010. I've come across likely candidates (Trade Gothic Extended, Aviano Sans, Doublewide) but none of those have the exact letterforms, especially the sharp point angles of capital M and W. The letterforms have the sharp angle characteristics of Metro sans (Dwiggins) but in an exaggerated extended way. The news channel graphics have shown this in upper and lowercase, while the SAG awards used all caps. HELP!