Sans

FF SCUBA, a readable contemporary sans, designed by Felix Braden @floodfonts, is now available at Fontshop. FF SCUBA instantly conquered Fontshop's most popular font charts! Download the complete FF SCUBA type specimen as a PDF file at Floodfonts

Hello Typophiles!
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We are proud to announce our new release!
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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.

LOGOMOTION

Sintesi Sans scores because of its readability, robustness and contemporary style. Its is a true Sans Serif and therefore really flexible, universally applicable especially as a body text font and in a broad number of other applications.

Download the trial version of the font families Sintesi and Mimix for free:

www.sintesi.ch

I am in love with this ampersand. (The terminals on the "C" are pretty awesome as well.) Any thoughts?
http://www.brandingserved.com/gallery/O-Co/1067937


Hello. Can you please ID the type with which the sentence in white is written?

Anyone?

Trying to remember what font was used to make this logo, I know the only modification was made to the top of the 'J', but I have been unable to find one that matches exactly. Especially the J,R,H. Any help is much appreciated. Thanks in advance.

We are pleased to announce that the expected sans serif counterpart to the award-winning Adelle is here.

This sans serif proposes a cleaner and more spirited take on the traditional grotesque sans. As typical with TypeTogether fonts, the most demanding editorial design pieces were taken into consideration when engineering Adelle Sans. The combination of its lively character and unobstrusive appearance that is inherent to grotesque sans serifs make it an utterly versatile tool for any imaginable graphic application, whether it is branding, signage or advertising. Without any doubt, the key word behind Adelle Sans’ design is flexibility.

We are pleased to announce that the expected sans serif counterpart to the award-winning Adelle is here.

This sans serif proposes a cleaner and more spirited take on the traditional grotesque sans. As typical with TypeTogether fonts, the most demanding editorial design pieces were taken into consideration when engineering Adelle Sans. The combination of its lively character and unobstrusive appearance that is inherent to grotesque sans serifs make it an utterly versatile tool for any imaginable graphic application, whether it is branding, signage or advertising. Without any doubt, the key word behind Adelle Sans’ design is flexibility.

http://prezi.com/

What's the typeface used as the thin display font in the video? On the initial launch screen it reads "make your presentations" (and then "zoom" is in another typeface).

I'm looking for this http://cl.ly/G0EX typeface. A better look perhaps: http://cl.ly/G07O

It has a distinctive Q too : http://cl.ly/Fzbo

It's somewhat like Landry Gothic and Vitro Extra Bold, but it has a distinctive R.

On some sheet music that my orchestra is doing (we're including some film classics in this concert, we normally do completely classical... which I prefer, to be honest), I saw this nice type. I'm unsure of its origin, seeing the irregularities in the third and fourth "As" (left leg/crossbar junction, left crossbar tip) and the "T" and "U" (irregularities), so I'm wondering if this header was actually hand-drawn. Does anyone recognize it (it's quite possibly obvious to most of you awesome type pros!)

Thanks! -Joe

Hi everyone,

I’m looking for an ID on the typeface Target used for “celebrate earth month” here:
http://sites.target.com/site/en/spot/page.jsp?title=EarthDay2012&ref=sr_...

Thanks!

Hi everyone,

I’m looking for an ID on the typeface Target used for “celebrate earth month” here:
http://sites.target.com/site/en/spot/page.jsp?title=EarthDay2012&ref=sr_...

Thanks!

I'm trying to identify the typeface used in this masthead. It looks like H&FJ's knockout, but the tail on the R has a different terminal.

Thanks!
Michael

Soleil, designed by Wolfgang Homola, is a geometric sans serif typeface. Unlike most existing geometric sans serif typefaces, it has asymmetrical counters, making it look fresher, more dynamic and more contemporary. Simple geometric forms – such as the circle or the square – played a certain role in the design of the letterforms, but in order to introduce more fluidity into the rather stiff and rigid concept of geometric sans serif typefaces, a lot of optical corrections were necessary.

Even though this is my first post I'm already starting by doing requests! :)

I was looking for the font used by Non-Format in the album cover of How to Live, by Seeland.
Is anyone able to help me?

Thank you!

http://www.non-format.com/showcase/seeland/1/

Centim is contemporary sans with sharp top endings of stems that give a bit technical charm to typeface. With a squarish look, it can be used widely in all modern publications or become a part of an corporate identity. In smaller sizes, Centim offers good readability due to its simple and good balanced lines.

Centim is available in Regular and Bold weights, as an ideal high-contrasted combination where all characteristics of the typeface are purely effective.

Centim is the archaic Serbian word for Centimeter, a word that was mostly used in tailoring during XIX and XX century.




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Forestness

Hello.

Looking for this typeface. It's the e that defines it different to any of the other common sans-serifs. Could it possibly be a custom e?

Unfortunately, not many symbols to play with.

Many thanks.

Hello Typophilers.

I was hoping I could get a few recomendations on fonts that feel & look similar to the examples below.

Thanks

I come across a couple of title pages for some of Mahler’s Symphonies, which were published by Kahnt in Leipzig in the early 20th Century. They have the following quite attractive hand-lettering and I wanted to see if I could fine some more examples, but am not quite sure the best way to search for them.

Salvo Sans & Salvo Serif
Cyrus Highsmith designed Salvo Sans & Salvo Serif (originally called Boomer Sans & Boomer Serif) as one series to tie the design of AARP The Magazine to AARP The Bulletin and AARP Segunda Juventud. Together the Salvos illustrate the guiding sentiments of the design director Courtney Murphy, “Hopeful, informative, alive, embracing and delightful. The right words draw people in, but on a subconscious level the typeface does that first.” FB 2007, 2011

i think Comic Sans is an ordinary-famous font in the whole world. Why do some people (especially typographer and type design) hate that font?

Its just a font. I think the hater just have bit of envy of that font's popularity beside that's 'un-good' work. I think the worth of a font is reflected by people response instead the type designer. Because the consumer of the font is people, not the type design. People ignore design that ignores people.

Looking for this compressed sans used for Jon Spencer Blues Explosion circa 1993.
House Gothic 23 or Compacta are close, but not quite it.


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