This is my new typeface Turbine. It will be part of the fontfont family soon but I think it is still a lot of work to do. The idea is quite simple: A squarish grotesk with open apertures. I would be very happy to get some comments and suggestions.

I am looking for a thin slab serif that has a bit of a contemporary or "tech" like feel without being cheesy. I have looked at Apex Serif, Gingar, Soho, and Vitesse. These are all pretty close to what I want, but I am wondering what else is out there. Any ideas of other fonts in a similar vein?

Hi All!

This font is from a series of four teaser posters for the Green Lantern movie (2011), designed by Concept Arts.


Is it just a customised version of "MVB Sweet Square"? The I, E, & K seem quite different. I've found a bunch of similar fonts ("Aerotype Durandal Flat", "Piranha" by Nathan Caldecott, "Identikal Rally", "Identikal Rebirth", "FF Aircraft"), but no exact matches.

Also, how would one classify this font? A "chamfered angular square sans-serif"?

*** Bonus points if anyone can confirm whether the "2011" on the poster is even in the same font? ***

It's a free inverted font. I need it really bad for a gift...

June 30, 2012
I'm proud to announce the released of Corbeau Pro, my third typeface family. This typeface was created with the invaluable advice of Fred Smeijers and the support of Corina Cotorobai and Rudy Geeraerts from Ourtype Foundry.


i spent one full day on looking for a font as close as possible to this one. Now i found this site and i really hope someone here might help out.
My best guess is its a modification or mixture of Tenby Seven Light and Eurostile Extended #2.


I designed this wordmark almost 10 years ago. I just heard from the client for the first time in many years and they're wondering what the font is. HELP!

Any help in identifying this fonts would be appreciated.

Resized and resampled picture of the font :

This from a book about guitars http://www.lamartinieregroupe.com/assets/images/livre/medium/97823542506...
The "b" seems to be the most particular character of the font.
The font appears on every page of the book but not on the cover, all those pictures are from the site of the editor :

Hello, I've been working on some custom lettering that could potentially be used for our agency's corporate identity (if it turns out good enough). I'm at the point where I've been tweaking it and staring at it way too long, and can't tell what's working and what's not. Any feedback on overall balance, consistency, weight, color, etc. would be much appreciated. I'm not a type designer, so please don't omit any obvious issues!

(Don't pay any mind to the words themselves. They are just randomly chosen so I'm not showing everyone who I work for.)


Has anyone seen this typeface before? It is scanned out of a history book about Francis Bannerman. It is a sample page from the Bannerman 1888 catalog.

I saw this typeface on an ad, and I'm sure I have seen it before, but I can't seem to remember the name or where I've seen it. Any help will be highly appreciated.

Hello All,

Looking to identify the primary typeface used on this site: http://msg.cordonmedia.com/msg.php

It resembles New Republic but the characters are wider & there is a noticeable difference between the "S"
and New Republic's "S". This also seems to be a "light" type version & I do believe New Republic does not
have a light version.

Once the site load's select the center option "THE SUITE EXPERIENCE" once all of the animation finishes you'll
see a title (top left) "SUITES AT THE GARDEN" it's a great example of the differences between the "S" character.

Any help in identifying this typeface would be much appreciated.

Anybody know what this is, or know of something similar?

Hi everyone, I'm looking for something similar to this... doesn't have to be an exact match. Would prefer if it had multiple weights though. Any thoughts?

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