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Could someone help me identify this font please? Thank you.
I'm rebuilding a logotype that uses this sans serif that looks a lot like futura but differs in some subtle ways:
* The lower case s upper and lower hooks flow in a more symmetric way and is a bit narrower.
* The lower case acute accent on the letter i is different in shape with horizontal top and bottom terminations.
* Round letters are a little bit wider.
* The counter of the lower case a and p push very deep into the stem.
I have Linotype's, Adobe's and Bitstream's and they don't look like this. I also googled Futura ND and it doesn't match either.
My very first typefaces Sadness and Grimoire have just been published in new and revised versions at Myfonts. After the tragic end of the established Fountain Type Foundry I had to ask myself the following question: Is there still any justification for the existence of my 20 year old fonts?
by Felix Braden
Any suggestions on a good display face to pair with Dante? (It's for a drop cap--Dante is too heavy.) Also, any suggestions about a good sans-serif pairing with Dante? (I recognize that there is a school of thought in which pairings should be similar, and another in which pairings should be dissimilar. Either kind of suggestion is welcome.)
The HapticScript family is a connected brush script with a warm, personal and soft character. The typeface family has five styles from Light through Black. It was designed as a companion and extension to the Haptic sans-serif family.
HapticScript has up to 14 variations for each glyph. The almost 2,000 characters per font including 40+ ligatures enable designers to give each word an individual look. Many swash characters for initials and word endings make words looks as if they were hand lettered.
Five Styles: Light, Regular, Semibold, Bold and Black
OpenType features: Ligatures, Contextual Alternates, Stylistic Sets, Old Style figures, Tabular figures
I am looking for the name of the font below. It’s for a research on dynamic sans-serif fonts, sth like Brezel Grotesk, Founders Grotesk Condensed, etc.
Even if you can’t knock off this one, I am glad for any input for my ongoing research. So if you have other references like the ones already mentioned above, please, don’t hesitate!
Btw: grafik.net is using the font I am looking for in their newsletter!
Many thanks to all of you!
Hi all, I expect find you fine in this new year. This is my first entrance of 2015, now releasing my latest type project CAMINITO, a layered font family inspired in Argentinean art craft «Fileteado Porteño». I started this project 2 years ago, taking inspiration from numerous ads, posters and signs installed along the city of Buenos Aires. Now the font family is available at MyFonts.com
Hi, can anyone tell me what font this is?
I'm not sure if it is really a typeface or a custom made logotype.
But I have found this image used in another project and it look really similar..
Hello guys! Happy New Year 2015!
Today i have released new version of Wallington : it's Wallington Pro!
Wallington Pro is a decorative-serif font embodying vintage and elegant curves with functional structure. Style is adopted from Old English cultures with their descendants around mid-12th century and Art nouveau in 19th century, it was inspired by natural forms and structures and the curved lines. Crafted with love and easy-to-read letter design.
Wallington Pro consists of 721 glyphs including 268 unique ligatures, 30+ catchwords and 10 stylistic sets.
Get Wallington Pro Discount - 63% OFF until 7 January!
Find out more at http://ink.creativezeune.com
Definitely a typeface with a long story for me. After several adoptions for sub pixel rendering I newly had to make some redesigns for a retina display version without sub pixel rendering (lately problematic in iOS8).
After the time and many corrections with what Frederic Goudy once called the fresh eye effect it became slightly more classic gothic more in the direction of a Chanel like typeface. This was caused by making design automatically bolder and lighter a few times doing the needed corrections by hand.
As since I had started over the time many letters have undergone improvements that I wouldn’t want to get lost during the re-process.
I am working on a book proposal that involves the use of a Completely modified version of Times New Roman to be more Appropriate for Display or at Larger Sizes. This is a commercial project with the potential for Wide Distribution so I want to as clear about the legality as possible. Otherwise, I (with a bit of shame) would not really worry about it, but agin this is not that...
I Heavily modified the font, not just computationally through interpolation, but also in more nuanced and pre-meditated ways that literally alter the letter forms at a fundemental level i.e. serifs, bowls, shoulders, etc.
I have attached sample of the original I used and then the altered version(at 3/4 complete).
Genplan Pro is finally released! This my debut on MyFonts.
So, I've been designing typefaces for about 4 years now but soon I'm finally going to put some of my designs up for sale. I don't have the time to set up a proper foundry right now and may not wish to do so, but if I am to sell through MyFonts I would like to brand myself. Considering my last name is Silvertant I've decided on the name Silvertype. I would just like to know what you think of the logotype I designed for it.
Logomotion is back! (just for 45 days)
'Logomotion' by Fernando Díaz, just for $19
If you'd like to support the type designers please purchase directly at TipoType.com (Logomotion) where the designer gets 80% of every sale.
Hi guys (and girls)
Just found the site at an apt time in my life, so hoping to learn something and share ideas. Also creating my first font after 15 years as a professional digital artist (shameful, yes) but that's another topic.
I searched the forum but didn't see anything about this in the results. Wasn't sure if it should go in Design section as it's more general to all font use in browsers, especially now with CSS3 and @font-face. Feel free to move it if you like.
Just wondering if anyone got a hi res scan of this? I want to use it for a project, but can't find a digital version. Only a non-outline version called "Lucifer" have been digitalised. Not sure why it's called that. Was there never a Pluto Regular?
I've been working on this font for over a year now, I've been putting it on and off and I'm hoping to finish it by the end of the year. Right now all I have is lowercase and will eventually work my way to numbers and glyphs.
I'll gladly appreciate any feedback and criticism.
Hey guys! allow me to introduce my first release font.
Wallington is a decorative-serif font embodying vintage and elegant curves with functional structure. Inspired by Old English cultures and their descendants between the mid-5th century and the mid-12th Century. Made up of two styles, Wallington Regular that consists of 491 glyphs and Wallington Small Caps with 365 glyphs. All glyphs are divided into several OpenType features such as Ligature, Contextual Alternates, Old Style Numeric and some astonishing special characters that allows you to mix and match pairs of letters to fit your design.
Find out more : http://ink.creativezeune.com
I am looking for a serif typeface along the lines of Marlene (http://www.typonine.com/fonts/font-library/marlene/), that has a large family which includes stencil cuts. I am working on an online magazine layout and would like to implement the stencil version as a hover effect for links.
The foundry selling it should therefore be able to host the type (have a web version).
Hi everybody, this is my first post.
I will develop a Serif Display to my post Graduation final project. It will be projected for a Craft magazine and I am looking for some good typefaces that I could use as a reference for my studying.
Do you have any suggestions?
Thanks in advance,
This is my attempt at a squareish condensed sans. It is uppercase at the moment only and is intended to have an industrial feel to it.
There are a lot of issues to be ironed out, but any feedback /suggestions / insults are more than welcome.
Just released my latest typeface - Port Vintage - expanded upon the original Port.
Port Vintage is a new typeface expanded upon the original Port typeface, released in 2013, and being an experimental Didone typeface with a modern twist, inspired by the well known forms of typography masters such as Bodoni and Didot and the exuberance and elegance of calligraphy typefaces.
I don't know if it's just me and I've never heard of this optical illusion but do the arms of this E appear to flare into the stem?
I like my corrected version better but I want to get some other thoughts on it. Thanks.