sans serif

sans serif, 1 px width, console-esque font used at semanticarecords.com homepage

Hi. I'm looking to see if anyone can help me ID the font used here:

http://www.semanticarecords.com/

It doesn't look like a default web font due to its modular composition, and the fact that the page source code's only CSS class with font settings are like so:

.Estilo5 {font-size: 10px}

..which is not a web font. Seems to be part of a custom font markup tool. I've also looked all over the web for a typeface with any variation of "estilo5", and nothing comes close to looking like it.

Any pointers would be greatly appreciated!

Sans serif with curly R and W

Hello typophiles,

Can someone please identify this font with curly R's and W's (amongst other letters)? My first example is from a design agency's logo. I'm thinking it was customized...I'm pretty sure my second example is a real font out there. Either way, I'm looking for a font that would have a curly R. Thin and bolder options would be nice.

Thank you!

L'AURORE : 1898 French Sans Serif Newspaper Flag

I saw a scan of the front-page of this 1898 French newspaper, and it's captivated me. I know it's highly unlikely there's an exact match, being so old, but something close would be awesome too. It's somewhat like Landry Gothic, but it's different in the shape of the R and the E's subtle slope down on the top leg, and therefore has too contemporary a feel.