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Looking to ID this font for a project.
It is possible that the creator of this graphic altered the lowercase letters to be the same size as the uppercase letters.
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I've got an in-progress here that needs your eyes. It's based on a hastily designed logo for a paper sculpture artist that I thought had some potential as a full set of letters. It's a bit of a mash-up of different elements but here's the main points I want: display face, high contrast, flared serifs and abrupt wedge serifs, large x-height, and some other thin, swashy elements and unconventional forms are ok with me since I envision it being used at large sizes. I'd also like to make light and ultra weights too.
I am trying to recreate this logotype because the original files have been lost.
It may be two different typefaces -- it's hard to tell. What the Font couldn't help me...
I'm wracking my brain trying to identify this typeface, and what makes it worse is that I believe I once identified it and have since forgotten. My mind is a sieve, but I usually remember font names, apparently not this time.
The closest I could come up with would be a condensed version of Sahara Bodoni, but I fear it's actually a Didot and not a Bodoni. Another one that was suggested to me was Bitstream Industrial 700, but I was told that is not quite correct either.
It's lovely and driving me mad, any ideas?
I think a lot of these fonts are the same, but can anyone help me identify all of them? Thank you!
In case you don't read Cnet, etc. this font is a marker for malicious activity on your computer. Obviously it is not narrow. So where do we think it came from?
I would like to know if anyone knows this font. The closest ive found when looking for a similar u is Spinwerad. Its very close but no match
The font can be found here. I can't for the life of me remember what font it is.
Much thanks if you guys can figure it out.
We need to figure out what type style this is so it can be used on other offices in the building.
Its close to baskerville but I can't find the right one. let me know what someone thinks!
Hi all, hoping that someone can help identify this before I have to hand-draw it. Please? Thank you!
Hi, can anyone help out with this other serif font from Astrid Stavro.
I am 99% finished with the Preto Sans and Preto Serif family. Now I am working on Preto Semi.
It is an experimental text type, where I am working with serif, changing their function and trying to create a "better sans with some contrast". The serif is placed on the position, where it is logical to fill empty spaces (making the color of the text more even), or when the thin lines need serif to balance contrast, or serifs are placed on end strokes.
Look at the pdf in the attachment.
What do you think of it?
Please help! Suggestions to similar typefaces would also be very helpful.
Hello can anyone identify this type?
I think it was an old wood cut or a letterpress.
This is a capital letter "S" and capital letter "G".
My client has no vector files and no longer knows the designer who created it.
hi all, any clue what bodoni-like serif was used on this cover?
thanks for your help!
Can anybody ID this one? It's driving me nuts because it's one I used to know years ago, but I just can't name it now. Ignore the "decay" -- it's just a poor scan from a halftone-screened original. Help please? Thank you!
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"SEDAN" by Sebastián Salazar: a roman text font focused on the proportions and morphology of early Baroque type faces. The constructional principle of Sedán is still Renaissance, but its expression and details are drawn from the typography of the 17th and 18th centuries.
In larger sizes, is elegant and eye-catching; in the smaller sizes, however, Sedán seems to be very legible despite its spicy characters.
Anyone know what this typeface is? "Ethical Trade" header: http://www.graphic-exchange.com/images2012/03identity/behance-july12/jac...
I've seen it before somewhere but can't remember the name
I'm looking for a good serif for a project with a late 19th century look to it (Alternate Gothic and Clarendon bold are also involved).
I think I'd like to use something like Brunel (http://www.christianschwartz.com/brunel.shtml) or Benton Modern Display (http://www.fontbureau.com/fonts/BentonModernDisplay/).
The former seems to be in limited release and the latter could work but I'd like to know what other similar fonts are out there. I tried to search for information on "English Modern" (Which is what the designer says Brunel is) but I can't find anything.
I know the moderns like Bodoni, Century and Modern No. 20 but I don't think they're right for this.
What do you think?
Can anyone help me figure out what the "Newport" font is in the logo on this site? Thanks!
I know there must be hundreds of variations of the so-called English “fat faces”, but is there a close relative - or perfect match! - to these three letterforms? And yes, the resolution and detail in one of the attached files are unfortunately both lousy.
The smaller “4AD” file was taken from the official website. The “larger” one seems probably an stylization or maybe an earlier incarnation, as the counters seems to occupy much more space.
Thanks in advance and have a good day, typophiles!
It is part of the book jacket from a Spanish novel. Is the typeface that states the author's name condensed or that's just the way the typeface was designed? And what's with the non-closing P letterform?
Thank you all in advance!