Trying to identify the serif for LAST DROP
Could anyone help me identify the font used in Klein Constantia? Traditional shadow with a shadow behind it.
Many thanks for your help.
Any idea what this font might be, or even what might be close to it? My client would like to use it as a logo, and I'd like to use the font elsewhere in his designs.
Does anyone recognize the serif font used in the body copy here?
I'm looking for a font from (or derived from) the Edwardian era - (Not the font, 'Edwardian' or Edwardian Script)
It must be...
Legible on HD res screen for relatively quick reading
Hint at Elegance and Romance without being overtly so
It could be either...
A font from that era
A contemporary interpretation derived from signage or calligraphy of the era.
Any advice would be gratefully received,
would anyone recognise this typeface?
Anyone got a handle on what this is? Really like this typeface...
Have a look and let me know. Thanks!
Does anyone know the font name of the body copy of Gene Simmons/ Shannon Tweed's wedding invitation?
"Saturday, the first of October
Two thousand eleven
Half-past five in the evening
The Beverly Hills Hotel
9641 Sunset Boulevard, Beverly Hills, California"
Thank you so so much in advance!! :)
Does anyone know what wedge-serif font is the one used where it is written "PODER NERD"?
And the one which reads "Guia Tech", although it's very small to read it in this photo, I know. (some "high-tech italic squarish and awkward font")
Thank you so much!
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hello typophillians -
need help idying this fancy baby.
it looks like modern 20... or Scotch Modern, but not quite.
thanks in advance!
The new and improved version of Gerard Unger’s masterpiece now features three new styles that have been engineered specifically for headline use. Coranto 2 makes the most of current newspaper printing technologies delivering clean, economic and highly legible text blocks combined with striking headlines. Coranto 2 introduces the addition of over 250 glyphs for a wider language support, redesign of most accents, new ligatures, 4 sets of numerals, arbitrary fractions, superiors/inferiors and more.
Found it! Please, delete the thread.
Hi there guys, im new to the forum, this is my first post so excusem if i make a mistake.
Im developin an identity and im looking for a sleek, elegant serif font, i found one i like but can´t seem to figure out the type.
if you don´t know exactly but can propose something like it i will appreciate all proposals, im not married -yet- to anything, but i think this is a lovely one.
*note: could not insert image, so please see attached.
Even if its handwritten, what would be a font similar to the one used at the bottom?
Do you find this ampersand shocking or OK?
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thanks a lot (again)
First spotted here in an article for Gemma O'Brien on LetterCult.
I don't know whether to describe this as a slab or transitional serif, either way I'd love to know what the name of the actual font is.
Trying to ID the very condensed serif face with slab ends (not slab serifs - I'm not sure 'slab' is the correct term). The sample in the image is ALL the letters and numbers used in this face on the counters for this game: C, I, 1, 2, 3, 4. The 2 looks very distinctive, though. I tried Identifont, but it doesn't suggest anything with those slab ends to the 3 and top of the 2 - only Bodoni and relatives with ball-ends.
Not much to go on, but any help is appreciated!
please assist in identifying this gravestone serif?