Hello again Typophiles! I could use some help on the IDs of the 2 fonts in the picture below. I am a noob when it comes to matching fonts, and any help would be greatly appreciated and save me the work in Illustrator.

I thank you in advance, and would appreciate the help on this one!

Hello to all,

I know the importance of good graphic design - but don't have the means to have a graphic designer revisit mine (which I'm trying to set up).
Nevertheless, maybe something can be done about the font, at least for the header/name (the rest I think I'll keep in Tahoma or courrier). Would you give me your feel about a font if I describe what is the aim of the site and what I whish to express?
I know well it's a personal choice, but my range of font is extremely limited, so all advise, feel, any idea would be really welcome!

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All caps, sans serif

thanks! :-)

Please help me identify this old font used by Epic Comics in 1990-s for the artbook Book of the Damned (designer is not listed amidst the creators). Similar but changed font was used in their old Hellraiser (of 1990-s).

Hello! So here's my story: I'm a pastor. I love design and type, but I am not a designer by profession or training. I recently took a new position, and (like many or most churches) the design is abysmal or non-existant. Think word art, and newsletter with said word art created in (no, I'm not kidding) Microsoft Word. Also, no logo, no unified font choice (different fonts in bulletin, newsletter, website, letterhead, etc.) On the one hand, this is exciting for me, because there is real progress to be made. On the other hand, it's horrifying, because there is so much to do, and I don't know where to start. At some point, I would like to hire someone to consult and help us create a full identity that we can use across all these platforms.

I've narrowed my business logo down to 3 favorites. I'd like some critique. Favorite and why; colors complementary, too dark/too light; kerning too tight/loose; design element too much/dark/light; design element size; so, basically anything I need to do that would make it better, etc. Be brutal, but constructive. Thanks so much :)

Hi all !
I would be very pleased to get some advice and suggestions about the font pairing and global appearance of this combination. At the moment, it is just a start on a business card. The company is specialized in high-end microelectronics and wants to contrast radically from the other companies in their sector... I made some boards with different variations and identity elements, but I need to know what you are thinkning about those two simple lines : logo and font pairing... Thank you by advance to all of you !

This could be hand-drawn. Their site uses "English Hand DB Regular" for headings and at a glance it's a decent match but that's definitely not what the logo uses. I've tried to hunt down the graphic designer but can't get anywhere. A client wants this font for a poetry design.

Does anyone recognize this font or was it hand drawn? Thanks:)

A client wants a match for this font. I'm not sure if this is vectorized from hand-calligraphy or a script font. Any ideas? Thanks for your brainy time! :)

Just read this article http://techcrunch.com/2012/08/23/new-microsoft-corporate-logo/ talks a bit about the new microsoft ID / logo and has a nice video of it in action. I want to hear some feedback from fellow typist. thoughts or criticisms? what do you think about the lig? is it perfect?

Humana recently changed their corporate logo. I’m wanting to know what typeface this is that they used. Thanks, comrades!

Hello Typophiles! I have to recreate a rough png logo to a vector, I figiured I'd ask for some help before doing too much work!

Does anyone recognize this font? I'm sure the font is bold in the image. Any help would be greatly appreciated, and save me quite a bit of work!


I would like to upload a final logo today. This is for a street festival. Here's the description.

The festival will be a celebration of the vibrant culture, art, history and adaptive re-use of the Lower Grand Avenue arts and small business district and adjoining neighborhoods.

I have this logo that was sent to me from customer. They said that they had another designer create who they are no longer in contact with.
The logo is for and school and they want me to recreate. Someone please help me identify this font.


Hi everyone!

I'm new here and was looking for some feedback on the logo I'm working on at the moment. I have hit a wall and I'm no longer sure I'm on the right track. Hang it to dry please! Need some perspective here :)
Have a look here http://www.behance.net/gallery/PRECISION-feedback-seeking-%29/4577977

About me, as is rude not to introduce myself, I'm a graphic designer living and working in London UK but I'm from Madrid. I work in the fashion industry at the moment and to keep the juices flowing I get to do some side projects in my spare time.

Any comments welcome and much appreciated!

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Font ID for Hibbett Sports

What sans-serif is used in this logo.

the bottom part appears to be helvetica, but not sure of the logo itself.

Hello, everyone.

I'm in the process of branding my budding freelance design business and I started with the logo design. I'm fresh out of high school and I plan on majoring in graphic design in college, but I want to get my business up and running as soon as I can. I really just want to get my foot in the door and snag some potential clients. I have created a simplistic logo for my company Midair, and needed some critiques and opinions!

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Anyone recognise the hotter logo font?

Can anyone help me with the name of the font in the attached "hotter" logo? Thanks.

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New font: Candelivers

I'd like to introduce a new font. It's Candelivers.

Click here!

Candelivers is a fun and display typeface, for better use in short sentences, or letterings and logo designs. It comes with a several features, like swashes, alternates and ligatures. It has a little not simmetry between the characters that gives a personality and handmade touch.
Also it comes with a Glow version, to give more soft and fun personality. I hope you enjoy it!

Hello everyone! I recently started this new design blog (3 months ago) and I'm glad to share it with you guys :) The blog is about logo designs, both creative and design-rich logotypes. All of the designs is featured from dribbble. I mainly started it because of my love to logo designs, that's actually also how I came up with the name "Logo Crush". It now has a capacity of over 250+ design-rich logotypes (and counting), to inspire, learn from or simply to enjoy!

Can you suggest a good type that will fuse with this shape? It is a work in progress visual identity.

The original of this logo has been lost and I have been tasked with recreating it. Does anyone know what fonts these are?


The original of this logo has been lost and I have been tasked with recreating it. Does anyone know what fonts these are?


Hello Typophiles!
We are proud to announce that our type LOGOMOTION is now at #26 Hot New Fonts ranking in Myfonts! (And growing)

"LOGOMOTION" by Fernando Díaz: a typeface specially designed for logotypes, but can also be used in headlines, posters & signage. It has many OpenType feature programming, that give a more playful and rhythmic spirit, creating an interesting geometric-sans and script mix.

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