Any body recognize this script/handwritten font? Thanks so much for your help, it's much appreciated. :)
Need help identifying this font. Client wants to use it but I can't find it.
You’d think a typophile website would credit their logotype on the footer—but they don’t. Anyone know what typeface is used (or who custom lettered the type) for this websites header? Thanks.
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:)
Hi guys, I am working on a documentary and I want to be able to use the same typeface as this flag. One problem is that I am finding it very hard to identify or find something similar. I really hope you guys can help! Thanks so much :)
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! :)
Anyone know of a typeface that closest matches the "Food Guide" in this logo?
I realise it is probably hand-done, but am looking for a font kind of like this.
Thanks for any help you can give.
This font was on a 2012 wedding invitation, and these three letters are all I have. I've been looking for the distinctive, loopy d, but haven't been able to find it.
Thanks, if you can!
Not sure if this is an existing face or custom typography.
Does anyone recognize it?
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This is an example of a movie-poster typeface drawn by German poster designer Hans Otto Wendt. I am looking for a font with a similar feel. What I particularly love is the brushstroke-look this has goin' on.
Any ideas would be much appreciated!
Anyone have an ID on this baseball script?
Can anyone identify both these faces?
I've found that using something like What The Font?! is pretty much fruitless when trying to identify fonts that are too decorative or scripty, so I'm hoping the good folks here can help me out.
I'm uploading a few images of some fonts I'm interested in identifying for some projects. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Can someone please identify this font for me???
Hi gang! I only post infrequently, but I was puzzled about something lately and had to ask ... with all the riffs and homages to Helvetica over the years, hasn't anyone done a script version of the typeface? I assumed this would be simple to find, but after a bit of searching, I came up with nothing.
It seems to me that such a face could be not only beautiful (and in some ways, funny), but also fill what I perceive as a void of highly legible, non-expressive modern script faces.
I've attached a ridiculously rough sketch of what I'm talking about ... I'd love any leads to a face like this, and any opinions on whether such a face would be a terrible idea or not. Thanks!
The capital letters in this are Mistral, but I cannot figure out the lowercase. Any help would be greatly appreciated!!! Thanks so much : )
I'm trying to duplicate a font that my company used for a client but our computer crashed and we lost all our font files. I've been searching high and low for this particular font...I get close but never anything that really nails it...i need help ASAP! I don't want to lose this super important client over not being able to find this font! Thank you everyone for your input and help with this!! Help me forum buddies...you're my only hope!!
Anyone know what font "Celebrity Skin" is?
I was curious as to what the script font under the WB logo is... I believe this title card was used in the '40s and '50s. Thanks
Can anyone help with this script font?
Or can suggest something similar?
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Need help identifying the font below. It is from anywhere between the 1950s to the mid 70s. Any help would be appreciated in finding out what it is. I have looked EVERYWHERE.