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Hi. Thanks in advance for your help. I'm trying to identify a cursive/script font in a logo. It looks like it may be a combination of two fonts, but I'm not sure. If it is, I'm specifically interested in the font used in the words "& drink".
Hey there everyone. Looking for this font exactly. I am trying to recreate the print on the T-shirt and all I need is this font. Maybe someone has encountered it.
I would like a critique of my first typeface design, it is comprised of 3 versions: a standard clean neo-grotesque, an alternative version that has multiple alternatives, and a "advertising" version that has a much higher x height, along with a shorter ascender/descender line, with a more expressive feel to it. all three versions will be released under the name "Dawson Grotesque"
All advice is appreciated! This has been a project of mine for quite some time — and is my first baby, so please help me make it perfect for its release in the near future !
My very first typefaces Sadness and Grimoire have just been published in new and revised versions at Myfonts. After the tragic end of the established Fountain Type Foundry I had to ask myself the following question: Is there still any justification for the existence of my 20 year old fonts?
by Felix Braden
Hi everybody, here we are again: who knows what font is ? The only thing i know is that it's painted on the wall of this mechanic that asked to me to arrange a simple web site. Someone could help me please?
I would like to introduce the font: INVECTORS Band
Relased freely at:
This is a 'brother' of INVECTORS font relased earlier.
Feel free to leave a comment..
Good morning, everyone. I’m new at this forum, although I’ve been reading it since a very long time. My name is Mauricio Villamayor, I'm designing a calligraphic typeface for my thesis and I have a problem in doing it. I hope if you can help me with this situation.
Basically, the problem is with the ligatures. The typography has a lot of them, since the calligraphic characters are more complicated to bond harmonically. The ligatures work in all the combinations, except in the accented (acute accent) letters.
For example, a specific ligature exists for the combination “yo” (which works), but when I create the combination “yó”, it doesn’t work, indicating an error when I compile the ligaduras.
This is the specific error that shows:
I would like to introduce a font: INVECTORS
Relased for free at:
This is my first font, it's a bit experimental. I would be interested to hear your opinions ;]
Hello to anyone reading this.
I primarily work with typographic design of the Javanese script, one of Indonesia's traditional script, here's an image in case you never saw it
It is a very marginal script, without official status anywhere and declining number of users despite it's long history. I was wondering if there are any other writing system with similar situations. I'd like to know how users of other marginal, non-latin script handle their typography. Though generally, I would like to know about the typography scene of other scripts other than Latin and Arab (since those two are the most prominent, is it?)
This is my first post in typophile, so apologies if I made any mistake :)
A character named Girl. I did it for a personal research on Balenciaga style.
Hello, I used a free favicon generator for the favicon on my profile site - itguyjosh.com - but I forgot to note down the font that I used in creating it. I would like to use the font in more logos/banners, but I have no idea what it could be. I've tried WTF, but none of the suggestions look right to me. I've attached the favicon as a png and appreciate any advice.
I would like to know wich font is this
Thank you very much!!
Does anyone know of a single typeface that has sans serif, serif, stencil, and inline (or outlined) styles? Again, I'm looking for a single typeface that has all of these styles included—I know, quite a tall order, but I'm curious if one exists. Audree is the only one I know that comes close. It has a so-called normal style, but not a pure sans serif.
Hi everybody, this is my first post on the forum, and I'd like to present my font for you.
I'm going to relase it as free.
I also welcome your feedback and comments..
Looking for feedback on an exploration of basic shapes to form letters. I tried to utilize angles that by default would create a playful jumble without needing to do much, if any, rotation.
I have a simple yet annoying problem. I've seen this font on Yandex, and I can't nor can WhatTheFont identify it for me.
Can anyone help?
I've been trawling through foundries looking for some 'new' stunning technology bias typefaces. Has anyone seen anything that looks amazing?
I'm looking for a font id for the "Veuve Clicquot" block capitals.
I set a four letter logo in Gravur Condensed from Lineto which looks quite good, but it's hard to find a font/fonts to go with. Do you have any ideas? Looking forward for suggestions!
Please help me to know what font is in the picture. "ROACH TRAP" i don't know it's font!
Thanks a Lot in advance!
I just wanted to show my first release of 2015. Spry Roman was first created with lettering I did with a Zebra G pointed nib and ink on slightly toothy paper. I rework my lettering in Photoshop, but try to leave the look reasonably close to the original writing for fonts like this. Spry Roman is a fully featured Opentype font. It include Central European language support, a full set of small caps, simple fractions, ordinals, and a variety of ornaments and flourishes.
I'm trying to find a font similar to this one if anyone could help!
Please see attached.