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I've seen this particular font quite a lot recently, looks a lot like Baskerville but can't seem to find the version with the flicks on the t's and l's.
It looks so familiar but I can't put a name to it:
the font used in Assissins Creed 3 is Trajan, if I'm not mistaking...
In the trailer, they use another font. The word Rise has a specific R. Can anyone help id-ing this font?
Thanks a lot.
Can anyone help me out with these typefaces? It was printed around 1882
Both the type "Showprinting" "poster cuts" and "colored and pained design"
Apologies for the blurry photo...
can anybody help me identifying the Serif here?
It's from the "Guimarães 2012, European Capital of Culture, Official Programme Book" by Atelier Martino&Jana.
More pictures here: http://www.behance.net/gallery/European-Capital-of-Culture-Programme-Boo...
Thanks so much,
Could you please help me to identify the typeface (if it's not lettering)
Hi, can anyone help me finding the name of this serif?
Thanks in advance.
The P is a different font than the rest. I fear the P may be custom, meaning I'll have to recreate it. But the rest should be identifiable somehow. Again, thanks!
I'm a big fan of Emigre's Vendetta, its ciselled look and calligraphic/venitian touch. I'm working on a project where I might get to used it and I would like to get a nice compagnon/s for it to be used for display, graphics, but eventually also captions and short text... maybe a geometric sans to contrast Vendetta but I'm very open
I came across two examples that i thought were interesting (slabs in this case) but once I've put them next to each other it didn't really drive me crazy. Moreover I haven't found available fonts close to them. I'm attaching previews if you don't feel like navigating away:
1) Mark Bally's Oberland http://www.marcbally.ch/oberland-slab-light/
looking for a font combination for a web editorial project I'm working on (a magazine focused mainly on stories and opinion but also with short news, let's say in a 70/30% proportion). A sidenote: I'm not the graphic designer, guess I'm the "creator".
Since I spend most of my days reading, print and on screen, I really like looking at good typograpghy and even if I'm waaaaay far from being an expert, I'd like to choose a bunch of typefaces myself and then discuss with the graphic designer.
Anyway, I'd like to use a sans for titles/headlines and a serif for long text. The layout is clean, with colors and composition vaguely inspired to the 60-70s italian and european magazines, but It looks like a website, so It's not "old" or "vintage".
Hello! New here, I don't really know how it works, I just need some help identifying this font! Thank you.
These are from a house/mailbox numbering service and an I.D. would be very much appreciated...
There are few characters, but I wonder which is the font used in this beautiful CD cover
(top type of course, the lower one seems pretty much like Georgia)
Thanx a lot :)
Need this serif font from the book cover identified for the author of the book. Graphic designer of the book is unreachable. I have to update her website, and need to add a book quote in the same font.
THX in advance!
I know this is a long shot, but can anyone ID this font? Unfortunately, the only characters I got are the ones you can see at the attached image.
I've looked everywhere for this, and I simply can't recognize it. It may look like someone manually made it wider than it actual
I've looked everywhere for this, and I simply can't recognize it. It may look like someone manually made it wider than it actually is. The G looks pretty off. Appreciate all the help I can get.
Is anyone able to ID the Serif font used here? Many thanks in advance!
I searched everywhere, can someone identify this font ?
I met this beautiful, condensed italic font (serif, but not very much) in my (previous) paperback edition of [The Design of Everyday Things] (wonderful book, BTW); but I cannot exactly identify the font.