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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
What are some good typefaces that would be suiting of the 1070 medieval period?
Please could anyone give me any ideas for IDs on the two fonts used in the words
'CLARK'S & CO' and 'SEWING COTTON' in the attached photo
Many thanks for your help!
I am using Kaiti SC in InDesign. When I try to create a PDF or Package the finished product, I receive the error message saying the font could not be embedded due to licensing restrictions. The font is NOT restricted and can be embedded. I am using Mac with InDesign CS6. Any thoughts on a work around will be greatly appreciated as I have 78 pages of copy using this ttc. :(
Can anyone suggest some typefaces that might be good to use on a skin product label I am about to design... something that is a Timeless / Classic Font - bold, elegant?
Trying to identify the typeface used on the Bulleit bourbon bottles. Raised type, sans, distinctive uppercase "B" crossbar, slightly condensed.
Is somebody can tell me what is the name of the font used for the text "Frosties" in this box?
Does anyone know what font this is? I am curious about the white typeface with the black outline that has the cross hatching beneath it. Any recommendations for similar fonts would also be appreciated.
Just spotted the packaging:
Is it only me that wants to stick that balloon in between R & A?
Hey guys, I think this may be custom, but was wondering if anybody knew if there was a type close to the logo for Jolly Rancher.
Any help is appreciated,
We are proud to announce the release of Condiment, the lastest Sudtipos addition to your typographic design recipes.
Condiment adds flavor to your design. The new font by Koziupa and Paul’s is prepared of powdered soft shapes mixed with brush-drawn letters and tasty alternates conveniently tucked into the OpenType programming (for those programs that support such functionality.) The font includes many alternates and support for Latin-based languages (Including Central European, Baltic, Turkish and Welsh).
Could anybody identify the following font, which is in the burn logo?
It's from the new packaging of BURN, an energy drink brand.
Thank you very much!
I need to identify the font of the product name (i.e. Cranberry extract) of this packages (designed by Turner Duckworth).
normally I would assume this is hand drawn, but if you look at the characters the shapes repeat. (for example, the n in Chardonnay, the a appears flipped)
Any ideas on what this would be?
Can anyone tell which font this is or is it a custom lettering job?
I like this friendly rounded sans on the new Minute Maid OJ packaging, but can't figure out what it is. Similar to VAG rounded.
Hey everyone, new to the board and glad to be here.
I need help in identifying this particular typeface. It's taken from the drink cup of "The Hamburger Stand" (formerly known as The Original Hamburger Stand), a chain of food joints in the Southwestern United States. The Galardi Group is the parent company if that helps in identifying design/marketing houses they may have worked with for producing this updated logo in the 90s. Any help in identifying this or similar fonts would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!