Hi there, this is my first post here! I have a client for whom I need to do a one page advert, and I'm trying to make the header the same font as the one they've used on their website here - http://clovelly.co.za/ - I'm talking about the bold sans serif font that says "Clovelly Country Club" in yellow and white next to the logo. If anyone could identify this for me it would be great!
Does anyone know what this called? It's pretty similar to Organda.
I have begun putting watermarks on images because of rampant theft on the Internet. (Paint.Net is good for this, and free.) Someone warned me not to use MS fonts or I'll lose my rights to the images. From what I've read, that does not sound possible. What do you think of this comment?
"Do not watermark using Microsoft’s “free” fonts, at that conveys maximum legal copyright in the “derived works” to them."
If that's true, then I'll need to find something plain and simple to substitute for Arial.
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.
I was wondering if you guys can help me identify Bruce Mau's "¡GUATEAMALA!" project typeface.
Barkentina is a new font with full set of correct Bulgarian Cyrillic letters. It contains also Ligatures and Small Caps. It's a display typeface, focused on elegant, stylish and art-deco looking print and web materials.
Does anybody know which font it is in this picture?
It's used in a Swedish TV-show and I love it.
The "confessions of a" part in the attached picture. I've seen it around a lot (it doesn't seem like a super rare font) but don't know the name! Any help would be much appreciated.
does anyone know what these 2 fonts are?
I was wondering how I should treat the styling on font/typeface names with an article I'm writing?
Do I simply capitalize it. Do I underline, quote, or italicize?
I'm designing a typeface family with three optical sizes (36pt, 72pt, and 144pt) and a few layerable weights per each optical size. I've been experimenting with how I can make each weight line up when layered on top of each other and I'm starting to pull my hair out.
I thought having the same width and left/right sidebearing info would be enough, but that's not the case. Since the weights aren't the same width (I have a regular weight and a 3D weight, for example), having the same metric info results in them not lining up.
Trying to identify this typeface. Originally considered it as a possibility for Times New Roman, but the "E" and "C" are distinctly different. The rest of the letters are so close to Times New Roman though, so I was wondering if it's possibly a variant of.
Sign is from some outlet store at a mall.
Thank you fo any help you can give!
Worst business name and logo ever, but a client is a client. Need this asap. If you have this font you will know it for sure. Ive never seen anything this awful.
Thank-you and be well,
Really need some help working out what font this is? Looks familar but cant find it anywhere.
Please help me either identify this font or suggest a company that provides the service of identifying fonts. Please & Thank you!
Can someone please help me identify this font? I've definitely seen it several times before but can't for the life of me find it! Thanks in advance :)
Need help in identifying this font from the 1980s British movie a month in the country.
Can't seem to find it anywhere, any help you guys can give would be greatly appreciated.
Please see attached screenshot for a sample.
The Ks are very distinctive.
Hi, this is the font i need help finding, any info would be much appreciated, thanks.
I saw this picture and I think I liked the font more than the picture itself. Can anyone help figure out what font it is?
Having a conversation on twitter.
I responded asking them if it was inspired by the Dessau series of typefaces.
They responded “no.”
I was particularly interested in the similarities between the [&] and [a] in Dessau Pro Zukunft.
I’ll let you decide:
I am a student working on a project and wanted to know if anyone can help me ID the Nike front.
Thanks so much.
Does anyone know if there is a program I can use that will make a sample of all the typefaces in my library which can then be printed our or made into a PDF for reference?