What are some good typefaces that would be suiting of the 1070 medieval period?
I am looking for a Medieval typeface that I can use for a poster that subtly hints at being Medieval and not one that is over flamboyant and difficult to read.
Any suggestions would be much appreciated!
Free typefaces would be best but please suggest all - free is just a bonus.
Client needs more t-shirts and sweaters made but can't, for the life of him, remember the name of the fonts he used before. Spent the whole day yesterday searching for them and am now hoping that someone knows the names of these. Any help is greatly appreciated!
I found a post on this forum from 6 years ago, but it has an answer with a broken link.
I need medieval numbers in the futura. How can I achieve that? Manually is fine too, the text is quite short.
Thanks in advance!!
Please help me identify this modern gothic calligraphic font (found in the comic book "Lillim"). It looks like I've seen it before many a time but I cannot remember its name. I guess it must be popular if it's used in a recent comic book. This is the sample compiled of several screenshots ( Sorry for the small size, I tried to enlarge the pictures but the font is distorted then)
i`m from germany, sorry for the bad english. ;)
PLEASE HELP ME!!!
I search the font of the logo from the german medieval band "des Teufels Lockvoegel"
We really need it!
The first font i have found. It's Zenda from Paul Lloyd
and the second... which make the T and L of the logo i really can't find this fuc**ing font!
I send you the link of the Hompepage... at the left side, u see the logo.
I hope, somebody help me!
Make me happy guys ): !!!
In medieval text there seems to be a frequent use of red and blue lettering. Does anyone recreating medieval texts (or imitating them in advertising, book cover design, etc.) have a standard Pantone color that best represents these? Absolute precision isn't necessary; I'm just trying to invoke the (admittedly large and diverse) era through the color of the text.
The second release from astroluxtype, Dragon Fang, is a single weight headline display font. The style suggests Medieval font forms but in a contemporary sense. The font contains uppercase and lowercase letterforms which include a few alternate characters, look for the swash "B" and "D" to give your design project a special look. Influenced by everything from Rick Griffin and Linotext to tribal tattoo art this font will bring a contemporary edge to your design projects. Fantasy book cover art to that goth album cover you should find many uses for astroluxtype's Dragon Fang. Available Now at Myfonts.com Link: http://www.new.myfonts.com/fonts/astrolux/dragon-fang
Please help me identify the font in the image. I think this is a medieval period English style font, though not sure.
Your help is greatly appreciated.
Does anyone know the name of the font in the attached pic?
Thanks for help!
My hip collegian daughter is always pushing me to make fonts which she thinks will fit the design trends of the day, which seems to come down to fonts which would look good in the monogram on the side of the Adams Family’s hearse, on an Ed Hardy t-shirt or tattooed on the back of a contestant on Tool Academy. Ok, that’s the extent of my second-hand contemporary cultural literacy.