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Specifically, the font on top that reads "A New Chapter." I've tried using identifont and whatthefont but neither came up with an option that was even close. I'm beginning to think the original designer of the logo adjusted an existing font in Illustrator using outlines, but i'm hoping this isn't so.
It looks like it could be Century Gothic, or some other gothic, yet the capital "E" is really different.
I'm redesigning this logo for a client and they want me to use the same font, yet they don't remember what it is, and I can't find it. :)
Thank you so much,
I'm currently working on the branding for a new organisation and I was helping someone could help me pair up a typeface.
We're under fairly strict confidentiality restrictions with this client, but what I can tell you is that the business will be operating in the student market throughout Europe. At the heart of the brand is a sense of functional simplicity. Nothing is superflous with their products; everything is considered, intelligently designed and included for a reason. Style is important as well but it's very much a brand that is not consciously trying to be cool. As you can see, we're hardly talking distressed/grungy typefaces here.
this is all over the place these days...
this one is quite similar, nice one too:
any help is greatly appreciated.
We are using a version of century gothic that has a lot of kerning issues. I believe this was a free version downloaded off the internet. Does anyone have recommendations for a high-quality version of this typeface?
Can anyone give us a clue as to which font has been used in this logo??
Any help is greatly appreciated..