Hello everybody!

I have just started my graphic design course and the assignments require us to get feedback from other people. My current assignment is to design a wine label and get feedback.

If anyone can help and give me some constructive criticism on my designs, it will be greatly appreciated! I'm still getting used to photoshop, illustrator etc etc. So please take it easy on me and please keep in mind that these are just quick drafts to give you an understanding of how I want my designs to look.


Doing a business card for a winery. Problem is, no one knows what the font for the label is, and I'm having a really hard time figuring it out. They thought it was Garamond, but it clearly isn't (as far as I know).

They gave me the print file, but all the text was outlined, and it didn't have any font references anywhere.

The "U" is really throwing me off.

Any leads?

Thanks in advance!

Okay I have been searching all over the net now and I just can't find this font... The font is from "Dance Pollution" a record label founded in 1995. I Think they started using this font around 2000-2001.

It looks like the text was stroked in illustrator so I posted the original and a inverted version.

Original Version

Inverted Version

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DYMO Labelwriter Font

I'm trying to find out something about the font that is used by DYMO label writers.
Who developed this font and when was it first used in a labelwriter?
How does a DYMO labelwriter (e.g. DYMO OMEGA) work?
How many fonts does exist for this technique?

Hope you could help me!

Weingut Script Flourish is a decorative display font with high contrasts, perfectly drawn to the tiniest details. The font is trimmed to fairly large font sizes and is highly suitable for chapter titles or book jackets as well as Headlines, Invitations and wine labels, although also impressing with an astounding legibility in small typesettings. Inspired by the hand drawn Blätterschrift from the 19th century Mettenleiter’s Schriftenmagazin, its basic structure is related to the English Script. The creative process started in summer 2009 and after 600 hours of work, over a 2 year period, Weingut now unfolds to reveal all its charms.
Created by Georg Herold-Wildfellner.

Design with bicoloured capitals:

Hi everybody!
This is my first time posting here, so here it goes:
I'm looking for the original font of this logo.
At first sight to me it looks like a very badly treated Trajan - if you look at the detail you see that it even may be a "live-traced" version of the logo.

Can you help me out?
I tried recreating it with Trajan, but trajan seems to wide... (or too short) also, the serifs are different from (what is left of) the original serifs.

Thanks a lot! It got me puzzling...

This is my first post. I am trying to include a picture by using the insert image link. I hope it worked. It did not show up in the preview.

I would be very appreciative for any ideas of the approximate age of this label. I notice the text is different from the background, and the background is not plain as I would have expected but dotted upon close magnification, whereas the text is solid by comparison. Thank you for your thoughts.

Which font is used on GDA labels on Tesco products?

It looks like this:

Can I get this font from Tesco somehow?

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Fonts for Wine Label

Hi guys,

I need a font for a wine label.
Currently I have Warnock on my mind, any other suggestions?


Hello everyone. I need to Identify this font for print reproduction. Hope you guys can help me. Thanks

I'm looking for a good extended serif typeface to be used on a wine label. Here is an example of what I'm looking for:

It DOESN'T have to be exact:

For some reason I can't remember the name of the typeface used on this Jameson bottle (i.e. Logo). If anyone could help me would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

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beer label font id

Can someone id the font that is used for "ROOT BEER" and "NEW ULM, MINN"? Also, the font that is used for "AUGUST SCHELL CO.". Thanks.

Hi fellow Typophiles. I was looking through some old vintage labels on eBay and I found this one below. The listing says "old brewery stock" Tivoli Brewing Company original Mile Hi beer bottle label.

I was wondering if anyone here would know what font is being used for "Mile Hi".

Thanks :)

he HAS to have a font with an "S" that looks like the image i'm posting up. any help, i'n not about to spent hours making a type face that i'm not even sure he'll like. and it's for a label the gose on a box for shipping purposes, uuhhgg! any help would be great. just something in that direction.text description

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