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My roommate got this poster, I assume those are some school-type-teacher-bought letters. Not sure though how I can emulate them as a Font tho.
This flowertypeface is a beautiful composed, highly detailed, alphabet complete with numbers and special characters like an ampersand & or @ sign, designed by Novo Typo, designers from Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
NT Lily is a handset typeface collection of 43 images in high resolution RGB on a 26 cm format (height) on 300 dpi (3072 pixels). All images are jpeg or png documents, placed on a seperate layer, on a transparant / background.
Please notice; NT Lily is not a systemfont.
anyone able to id the serif font used here:
or in the image attached?
Thanks for any help! D
Long time fan, first time poster. My name is Gus Wezerek. I'm a visual journalism student at Northwestern University. For one of my classes I'm writing an paper about contemporary gravestone typography. I've seen the thread here with the man who was soliciting help with a relative's tombstone design, but the paper is a bit too broad for his case.
Would anyone be willing to chat on the phone or email/point me in promising directions? I'm just looking for ideas about what makes (or you think would make) a good face for stone, special cases of gravestone typography or really anything you guys know or would be willing to speak about on the topic.
When can I copy and sell an expired Typographer's or a current Foundry's type collection if it goes out of business? I am actually being serious when I ask this with sarcasm infused.
I have noticed that roughly in the last 10 years that with the evolution of the internet and software programs, that so many past font specimens have been converted into "updated" versions of typefaces. I realize from previous threads and the comments provided that this takes skill and is really some sort of talent to pull off effectively. That is nice.