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Anyone recognise this "Club Rotation" font?

Hello fellow typophiles!

Back with another type ID request. The attached example is a rather silly image found on Pinterest, but I'm looking for an elegant, extra bold, Bodoni-like serif like the one used. Any idea what this seemingly more modern take might be?

Thanks!

Hi there, I'm trying to identify these Bold fonts, which were used quite a bit during the late 80s and 90s for TV...

Please see File attachments, they appear to have a stroke added to the type also....





This is the first real font I've ever designed and this is my project for my diploma. It's planned as a font for headlines and sub-headlines in a culture magazine (It doesn't necessarily have to work under 14p). I know that it has small serifs, but I decided to post it into the sans-serif forum nonetheless since I don't really know where to post it otherwise. It's not a serif font because there are only serifs at the bottom and not on every glyph.

I can't present much, I've just done the lower cases, but I hope that I'm going to get some useful feedback here in what I'm doing right and what I'm doing wrong.

Hi guys :)

My partner and I are having trouble identifying the typeface used here. Thanks in advance!

I need assistance identifying this rounded san-serif.
Thanks in advance for your help! :)

Hello,

Some of you could help me please with this font?

thx in advance

Hi, if anyone could please offer any help in identifying this font it would be greatly appreciated.
Cheers, Jamie

At my new job I've inherited a logo with a typeface I can't identify. Can anyone help? It has a really strange capital R and some of the caps hang below the baseline.

Thanks!
Lori


Hey y'all, just come across this typeface and was trying to track it down.
Been through all the usual avenues but can't seem to find this one. Quite playful and bold script style font*
Would love to figure out what this typeface is & know that this is the place for that.
Hope this comes in handy fro some of you out there too :)

Hello,

I see this font all the time in logos that all the kids are making these days.
Can anyone help me identify it? I've tried Whatthefont and Identifont to no avail.

Thanks!

1. Do you know the origin and date of creation of the bold style?
I read it was dated XVIth century. I don't know the precise date and who used to initiate it?
2. Apart from the creation of italic as a specific typeface by Alde Manuce and Francesco Griffo in the very beginning of XVIth century, when was italic first used as a way of highlighting a reference or a single word inside a paragraph?

Thanks.

Hello all!

I'm a graphic designer, and have decided after reading so much on the subject to finally roll up my sleeves and start dabbling with type design myself. I've chosen a simple, upper-case, sans serif display face meant for poster work to start with in order to get myself acclimatized with the process. The results so far have been plenty satisfactory, and I've had a blast fleshing out my type with punctuation, numerals, and accents.

Hi guys,

This is my first post, I'm a designer and for several years I am interested in typedesign, I'm not a typedesigner but I try.

Größe is my first real project, and is a project that I'm working on for some years.
Größe (Grosse) in german means "big-large". The design of the font is inspired by the northern european architecture, with its clean lines, modula, simple and squared.

Link to Grosse

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blossom font

do anyone of you illuminated know the name of this fantastic type, taken from the streets of milan?
thank you in advance

delgre

Looking to ID the "Piedmont" typeface here. It's somewhat geometric (similar to Futura or Gotham) but the "M" has the sloped sides. Bureau Eagle is similar but has the pointed vertices for the "M" and "N."

As a bonus, also would like to know what "Garage Doors" is set in as well.

I think we all know the other typeface here. And the likely story behind it ("Can you open this in Word and just add "A Brenner Family..." along the bottom? Yes! Perfect!")

Any ideas?

Looking to ID the "Piedmont" typeface here. It's somewhat geometric (similar to Futura or Gotham) but the "M" has the sloped sides. Bureau Eagle is similar but has the pointed vertices for the "M" and "N."

As a bonus, also would like to know what "Garage Doors" is set in as well.

I think we all know the other typeface here. And the likely story behind it ("Can you open this in Word and just add "A Brenner Family..." along the bottom? Yes! Perfect!")

Any ideas?

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Hey there, need help identifying the typeface ONE uses on their annual report. The R is a definite tell, but I can't for the life of me find the typeface. Thank you.

http://one.org.s3.amazonaws.com/pdfs/oneannualreport2011.pdf

Hey there, need help identifying the typeface ONE uses on their annual report. The R is a definite tell, but I can't for the life of me find the typeface. Thank you.

http://one.org.s3.amazonaws.com/pdfs/oneannualreport2011.pdf

Hi gang!
Can you help me to identify this type?
thanks and have a good weekend :)

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LIVE WELL / LAUGH OFTEN type

Looks very Swiss to me, except the G, any ideas? Thanks guys!

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