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Hello Typephile members.

I've released my typeface "BOXDON" which was especially designed for vertical layout. The typeface looks like boxes or playing blocks with minimal counter space to enhance 'stacked' feeling as much as possible.

In general, Japanese, Chinese and Mongolian, etc. is well known as languages which can have vertical layout system. However, even in usage of Latin alphabets, we can see some examples of vertical layout as building signage and spine of books. Then I thought that we have possibility to design special typeface for vertical layout to dig out expansion of type design world.

I hope this typeface gives spicy inspiration to your graphic design..

BOXDON at MyFonts.

Hi all,
I'm working on a farm to table restaurant design. But it will be more than a restaurant, with packaging and food products down the line.
I'm looking for a slab serif that has some light, somewhat feminine qualities. The brand I'm working on has a light feel to it, and I don't want to use a thick slab to move in on that.

I know lots of designers deride archer as overused, but it's still stands up.

Just wondering if anyone knows of a slab serif that has multiple weights that could have similar qualities.

I'm working on a layered font family and everything is great in InDesign, but the alignment is off by about 1 or 2 vertical points in Illustrator when I switch between styles. Does anyone know if this is normal?

I'm a little nervous to release a font that doesn't "line up" in all programs.

Hello Typophile,

I'm working on a piece of lettering with plans of extending it to a full display typeface later.
I would highly appreciate any professional feedback on this stage.
(yep i want to stick with such leg for "R"=)

Sjiq, a new typeface by Novo Typo – (type)designers from Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
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Sjiq by Novo Typo

Sjiq, a new typeface by Novo Typo – (type)designers from Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
www.novotypo.nl

Beautiful typefaces from The Netherlands
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Font needed

Hallo,

May somebody tell me which font this is.

Thanks!

New typeface released, it was inspired by movie tittles from old B&W Hollywood movies. The typeface was hand drawn using a high number of colors to produce a realistic 3D effect.Perfect for display use, large format graphics, magazines, posters and 3D design.

Limited license for personal and commercial works. View / Purchase it here:
www.matoi.myshopify.com
www.rodrigoaguade.com

I know it's been modified to some extent.. but it's the base font?

Hi, does anyone know what this font is? The W is similar to Danube but the E and S are quite different.

Hello,
wondering what this font is called?
Thanks in advance!

Hello,
wondering what this font is called?
Thanks in advance!

Hello,
wondering what this font is called?
Thanks in advance!

I need help identifying a font from the mid 1970s.

The client would like to update packaging from the 70s and use this font.

Any guidance on what the name of this font is or where to start looking to find something similar would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you,

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MULE?

Anyone recognise these typefaces? many thanks :)

Can anyone tell me what typeface this is?
Or know a typeface that looks similar to it...

Looks to be like a run-of-the-mill brush type but need to have an exact identification for this particular one if possible. Thanks!

Dynatype, just released on MyFonts is on sale for a limited time at a 20% discount. Concurrent with this Introductory Sale, Alphabet Soup is also pleased to offer Dynatype's first 75 purchasers a special limited edition print:


Alphabet Soup Type Founders and Michael Doret are proud to announce the release of “Dynatype” on MyFonts.

Suddenly...it’s the World of Tomorrow! With the push of a button Dynatype automates your typesetting experience. Dynatype is actually '''Two fonts in One'''–without switching fonts you can instantly change from Dynatype’s “regular” style to its alternate connecting version with the simple push of a button…just press the “Stylistic Alternates” button in the OpenType palette.

This logo was developed recently and it has been unusually difficult trying to get an answer out of the brand agency as to what font(s) make up the logo they have developed. I have tried to match up a font but so far unsuccessfully.

It would be great if anyone could help me id the font in this logo so we can build some new creative inline with the logo design.

Thanks,
Luke

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New free fonts

Springsteel Serif Extreme™—Free display cuts now available from MyFonts and FontSpring.

Hello type community,

I'm here to anounce a new release from my independent foundry. That's Alegria, a display type family designed for joyful communication. It is composed by Alegria Roman (with upper/lowercase and oldstyle figures), Alegria Caps (with uppercase, small caps and lining figures), Alegria Bright (am open face small caps version) and Alegria Fill (that can be used as a second layer with Bright or Caps faces to create multiple colors on the text).

Alegria familyis already available to purchase at MyFonts. I hope you enjoy it! :-)

Hey Guys

Can anyone suggest what typefaces were used on these posters please? should i try house industries? wanting to use a similar typeface/typefaces.

Many thanks
Barry

Hi,

I'd appreciate any comments on my display typeface design called Fillit.

It's nothing fancy, new or groundbreaking – being very novice in type design I did it as an excercise for myself only. The design goal is to create display font for newspaper section headlines that has 1. slab serif general form 2. has plenty of pop = lot of ink per character 3. can form very tight headlines without letters touching each other. 4. to be used in >72 pt

There's a brief specimen attached. I haven't finished all the characters – trying to finish smaller set before doing too much work.

Don't hesitate to be crude :)

A few people saw the original Silverback, but now it's back from the drawing board. I was so excited about the results, I thought it could deserve a new thread. Thanks to Justin_Ch and riccard0 for their thoughts on the original.

An all-caps face, Silverback was inspired by old stock certificates, bill heads, and other monetary documents.

I'm in to process of importing the characters into a font program, so please excuse any spacing issues for now. I'm really just looking for thoughts on letterforms and how they work together (if they do at all).

Here are the characters I have done so far, and the attached PDF includes some set text.

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