Sans

Anybody recognize this type face?

I see this font here and there. All the cool kids are using it.
Can't ID it on Whatthefont.

Thanks!

mosaiq's picture

Record Cover Font

Can you help me identify this grotesque?

Trying to identify the typeface used on the Bulleit bourbon bottles. Raised type, sans, distinctive uppercase "B" crossbar, slightly condensed.

Hello all!

I'm a graphic designer, and have decided after reading so much on the subject to finally roll up my sleeves and start dabbling with type design myself. I've chosen a simple, upper-case, sans serif display face meant for poster work to start with in order to get myself acclimatized with the process. The results so far have been plenty satisfactory, and I've had a blast fleshing out my type with punctuation, numerals, and accents.

Hi all!

LOVE this poster, and have been wanting to ID the "yes" in old Open signs for awhile so I thought I'd throw this up and see if anyone can ID it. Thanks so much Typophilers!

dear friends typophiles!
i am glad to present you new Arsenal contrast sans typeface. the project wins the contest for ukrainian font by Mystetsky Arsenal foundation and Stairfors design studio (some info in english about it you can find here and here).
so now it is typefamily of four fonts, released under OFL for free download.



interesting that it includes few unusual historic alternates for cyrillic letters (like latin-looking f with double bar for ф or round form for я) from old ukrainian origins.

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New Typeface Neuron

We would like to share with the community the release of our lastest project called Neuron.

Neuron is a fresh and modern sans-serif family with a neutral and soft appearance that make it very versatile. Its possibilities are increased not only by the inclusion of true italics but by the coverage of Latin, Central European and Cyrillic characters also. The italic variants have a slight cursive influence but keep their sleekness at the same time.

Best regards,
Sergio

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Sintesi Sans. Sans meets Serif.

Ligatures are typographic finesses for connoisseurs and occur where two or more graphemes are joined to a single glyph. They help preventing the gap between characters, which disturb the reading flow. For a long time ligatures have been reserved to old style fonts, but recently they are experiencing a revival also through sans serif typefaces. The font family Sintesi Sans is equipped with a large amount of ligatures, much more complete than the usual combinations between the minuscules “f” “I”, and “l”.

Hi Everyone,

Kind of embarrassing, but I'm not exactly sure what the attached face is. Thanks for the help.

-Ryan

Hi all,

Could anybody help me identify this font?

Many Thanks

Laurie

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Lita

Hello typopeople !
I'd love to get your feedback on this typeface. Any Critiques are accepted & welcomed

Thanks by advance
Suly

talbotster's picture

Ultra Bold Sans

Hi can anyone help identify this font please?

Thanks

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Suba Sans

Hello,

This is Suba, a sans family that I'm developing. I want to do a interpolation. But I'm not sure if I should draw the regular weight to do it.
And the italics, I'm not sure about it. Thanks for you feedback.

Iskra (spark or flash) is a new daring sans serif typeface by talented designer Tom Grace, who has already published two interesting typefaces with TypeTogether, the blackletter Givry and Alizé, a chancery italic.
Iskra, containing several width and weight variations, was conceived to challenge the limits between utilitarian and decorative. Sporting a low-contrast profile, it is a study of bridled energy in the Cyrillic and Latin scripts, and an oblique tribute to the less-predictable style of brush lettering. The first 14 styles will be available at the end of summer.

Hi, I was just wondering if anyone could please help ID the following sans serif font.
The capital 'A' has a look of the NASA font and the rest of the letters have a slight sci-fi feel.
I've attached uppercase and lowercase refs if anyone can help shed some light.

Thanks, Jamie

Hello,
Im looking for a nice typeface with rounded edges. Im wondering what is it? It's from Manual Studio.
Thanks in advice.
Kam

Hello,

do you know which typeface is this one?

it is the kindle default one for menu and pages.

thank you

The original of this logo has been lost and I have been tasked with recreating it. Does anyone know what fonts these are?

Thanks!

Hi I’m looking to identify this font based on the letter ‘a’

It is a slightly chiseled font with sharp inner counters.

It’s quite distinctive, perhaps some of you may be able to ID it for me please?

http://oi49.tinypic.com/1zl7pzk.jpg

Thanks a lot
—Bobby

Current progress:

Original post:

Here's a little project I've started recently. At present it's just uppercase: all the standard Latin (except S) plus a few Greek and Cyrillic caps I was able to start easily from Latin. There are a few alternates in there too. Any general observations are welcomed, and I'm particularly interested in the Cyrillic И. The current glyph (which is simply the alternate N reversed) doesn't feel right to me, but I can't really tell why.

Spacing is, as you can see, nowhere near complete. And no kerning is shown here.

Hello Typophiles!
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We are proud to announce that our type LOGOMOTION is now at #26 Hot New Fonts ranking in Myfonts! (And growing)
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"LOGOMOTION" by Fernando Díaz: a typeface specially designed for logotypes, but can also be used in headlines, posters & signage. It has many OpenType feature programming, that give a more playful and rhythmic spirit, creating an interesting geometric-sans and script mix.

Hi, I have a font here that I've been working on and would love critique. Ideas for improvement? Just chuck it in the trash? Thanks!

Any help in identifying this fonts would be appreciated.

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