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I am in dire need of identifying the two fonts on the image. Both the Name Above, and the word Punkintown. The former designer was unable to provide the font names. The upper looks similar to ITC Bradley Hand, just not the exact font. The "K" in Punkintown seems almost manually created such as via Photoshop, but just not figuring it out. Help! Thank you!
Can anyone identify the serif fonts used on these stamps?
Serif = Antiqua? (Perhaps a little thin?)
Blackletter = Fette Fraktur?
Im working with Landmark family fonts [http://www.typography.com/fonts/landmark/overview/ ] as my title font, looking for subtitle and Main body 'modernist' font that works with Landmark's appeal. I feel a serif family would work well but can figure which?
What is it? May be just lettering...
Can anyone help me identity this...
HWT Slab features two styles-Antique and Columbian. These two extra bold fonts are classic slab serif wood type styles with one detail of difference. Columbian is an extra bold Clarendon wood type that was manufactured by many of the wood type manufacturers in the late 19th century. "Clarendons" feature bracketed or rounded serif joins whereas "Antique" was a class of typefaces that features squared off slab serifs. Some type designs have only minor differences from others. The Columbian design is essentially identical to Wm. Page & Co.'s "Antique no. 4", with the difference being the bracketed serifs.
We would love to know what body font is used on this very popular series of books published in the late 80s by Time-Life http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mysteries_of_the_Unknown
As ever, many thanks for your time and expertise!
Any ideas much appreciated!
I am looking to find out more about the serif font used in BLAST 1, the famous British Vorticist publication. THe sample attached is of the serif face in question, the rest of the publication primarily uses a heavy Grot.
If you don't know it already, well worth a look at some truly avant-garde typography considering the context. http://dl.lib.brown.edu/mjp/render.php?view=mjp_object&id=1143209523824844
thanks as always for any time and assistance.
Hi, can you please help me ID this font? I took this picture from the cover of Aperture magazine.
Hello! Found this example on p136 of the Solotype catalog.
According to the Solopedia - http://abfonts.freehostia.com/solopedia/solopedia-l.htm - this font is a match for something called 'Bulldog' I cant find this anywhere, wondering if anyone had another similar typeface?
As always, may thanks for any assistance...
Hi, could you help me find what font this is? I appreciate your help.
I am wondering what font is used in the book "A Streetcar Named Desire"--specifically the script and stage directions. A photo is attached (screencap from Amazon). More samples can be found at the Amazon look inside preview. The ISBN is 978-0-8112-1602-9.
I've been wracking my brain and searching my type books trying to identify the typeface regularly used on the cover of vintage Harlequin romance novels, but so far I've had no luck.
The good news is I have an extensive sample character set:
It's not Tiffany, though some of the letters are clearly close.
Does anyone have any guesses? This is driving me crazy!
Thank you in advance for any help!
I'm developing some custom type to be used on a sign adorning the boat barn my father is building. A stencil serif was requested and this is what I've come up with. It needs some cleaning up, as I drew it with the AI Blob Brush tool, but I'd be curious what others see regarding proportions and overall aesthetics. Once I'm happy with the type I'll manipulate it into a cohesive design around a half-hull model of the boat being built, which will live in the barn during the off-season.
Could some please help me identify this typeface? I am also wondering if there is a term used to describe this type of A?
wondering what this font is called?
Thanks in advance!
Hi fellows, I would be glad to get help identifying the serif font on the 4th page of this document: http://www.upandcomingstyle.com/index.pdf
Tried What the font, etc still no luck. Probably an easy one. Thanks!
I need help identifying this typeface. I don’t think it’s Times New Roman or Dutch 801
What serif typeface is the Automatic Eye logo based on? Many thanks.
Hi guys, hope I am in the right part of the forum to ask this question.
I am looking for a nice old style font face that has a real small caps font and is also available somewhere with an app license for smartphones. The actual font I wanted to use was "Minion Pro", but Adobe doesn`t provide app licensing for their fonts yet : (
As an alternative I found "Sabon" via myfont.com, but still wanted to ask you guys what you have been using and how it worked out with the licensing for you.
Thanks in advance : )
This late 19th century design conjures up early 20th century Dutch DeStijl lettering with a mostly strict adherence to right angles and minimal stroke modulation. Geometric began its life as a metal typeface from the Central Type Foundry, circa 1884. Soon after, this design was officially licensed to Morgan & Wilcox and was shown in their 1890 catalog in Regular, Light and Condensed Light variations. After acquiring Morgan & Wilcox, Hamilton Manufacturing offered Geometric Light Face Condensed as their own No 3020 and the Geometric Light Face as No 3021.
I'm about to buy the Plume Advertising font from Dalton Maag for a project. It is just a slab serif as voluptuous and playful as I need, but I'm with a little doubt.
Considering the specific composition of words below, what do you people think is the best version of "R"? The upper version is the original one, and below is the one I effed up with.
I just can't come to a conclusion on which version better balances the quirky details and the color (disconsidering the shitty kerning used here). Isn't "ALEGRE" looking to much excentric in comparison to "PORTO" in my version?
Hope you can help me! :)