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Howdy crew, we're currently hunting for some branding typefaces for our screen design and animation outfit called.
While we've got some type directions in place that we're happy with, I thought I'd open it out to you knowledgeable folk to offer suggestions of typefaces that might hit the mark.
As a business we sit somewhere between a creative animation studio (Frankfurter) and a sharp, design-led VFX company (modified Baskerville Old Face). While the worlds are seemingly polar opposites, we feel there might be some middle ground worth exploring.
So ... with that little tidbit of info, got any suggestions of faces?
Fire away with any questions too.
I'm doing some design that is meant to feel contemporary for somewhere around 1850-1870 in the UK, particularly London. I'm a bit of a type noob, and I was looking for some general advice.
The company I work for is currently going through a re-branding process to mark our anniversary.
We have had a logo designed and the font in it is Geosans. As part of the work we do, we produce a lot of written reports along with quotations and letters.
Does anyone have any suggestions on fonts that will go well with Geosans?
Thanks in advance.
Hello Typophiles! It's been a while since I lurked these corridors, but I have a slight query at work and would like to ask your opinions if I may.
Been given a re-branding project at work, its nothing enormous, but it revolves around fashion and extreme sports. We are building a new website, product photography, the whole shebang.
To cut the long story short, the owners want the brand to be different, but not too different. The brand 'Typeface' being a horrid font by the name of 'Aggie'. Anyway. It has to go.
So I need rid of Aggie, and the replacement needs to resemble it in some fashion but drag it out of 2002. If that is at all possible.