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I've been away for a while, but I'm back with a new logo that needs critiquing. The company produces and sells high-fashion jewelry and other related products. The lettering is built from scratch. How does it look?
Any comments appreciated.
I am a graphic design student and recently I am attract with few font type from
fashion & lifestyle Magazines. Can you guys please help me identify it.
I attached the files:
I was just wondering what you thought of this logo for a new online fashion store.
Thanks for any input & Merry Christmas to you all
Happy Sunday typophile board!
/edit: Sorry everyone, realized the name was in the CENTER of the image. Too many design finals have fried my brain.
But if anyone knows where the lower case 't' came from in the middle
-or- the foundry that produced 'Fadeaway' typeface I would be much obliged
last days i always came across high contrast serif fonts.
spezial in the field of fashion and magazines.
is there any category name for those fonts or does anyone know where there came from or what background they have?
even a few names from similary ones would help!!!!!
i am sure the font from saturday for industrie magazine is custom made but there are so many out there right now there must be some mainstream version :)
i am not looking for slabserif or egyptienne.
and i am aware that bodoni does have a good contrast in the line width :)
thanks so much!
I'm trying to locate the font for the KITSUNE logo
It seems simple enough but I cant seem to figure it out.
www.drama-magazine.com and click on "view issues"
I'm a starting graphic designer and really want help to find out what these are (i've tried "What Font is That" and "Identifont" already).
There are a few fonts, as far as I can count: the serif one used for people's name, a curved-joined san serif font ("Nicholas Hoult" name), and a simple San Serif for some of the text (it's not Futura, it's more narrow, and has an angle (the e goes up, the W's middle bar pushes to the left - I think it's like "Organic" or something).
Please please, would also love to know if you know what the Drama title font is.
P.S. Enjoy the photography
P.S.S. I just put samples of the fonts here, if that's easier. Thank you
I'm in the mist of starting a curated store/gallery in San Francisco and online that will focus on limited edition fashion, furniture, music,design, objects, art books and magazines from a specific region. The first region I'm going to focus on is Belgium. It will be a collection with vintage industrial pieces as well as "cutting edge" contemporary pieces.
I'm calling the store Highlight which is the brand name that will expand to include Highlight Belgium, Highlight California, Highlight Japan, etc. For every country or region I would like to use a specific font, however I would like the word Highlight to always stay consistent.
A few questions for you.
1. Does the community have any recommendations on a source for regional specific fonts?
Hi all !
Can somebody tell me what font is used on the cover of this magazine (thin and curly font shown below in the image)?
Months ago, I discovered the font on internet… and now I can't find it anymore…
Tank you !
Link to the mag site: http://www.citizen-k.com/
I want to translate my web the fashion brands to Hebrew, I need to my web a fashion Hebrew font, Can someone help me?
It has been driving me crazy that I can't figure out the sans on this t-shirt by Robert Geller. Any ideas?
Logotype for a small vintage clothing shop. Targeted largely to women, the client wanted a type-driven identity. The inventory is hand-picked vintage and sells to a trendy audience. After a bunch of cycles on numerous customized typefaces, we've centered at this direction. Some subtle things like the terminals, the 'e','r' and 'p' giving it a more character, I wanted a little old-style reference w/out being blatant, e.g. using a historical type.
You'll probably never guess what type I started with... :)
Would love any/all thoughts, thanks!
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Darjeeling combines British Elegance and Indian Flavor. It is flared like Optima, with a scent of Bodoni. By layering “Regular” and “Ornaments” over each other you will create astounding pieces of colorful typography. Additionally there is “Regnaments” which combines the two other styles.
Darjeeling is great as a display font, but also perfectly legible at text sizes. Use the ornaments only to add spice to Your design.
Make sure to use applications supporting all these lavish OpenType features like small caps, various sets of figures, fractals and the 102 discretionary ligatures.
Darjeeling has been recently released at myfonts:
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Thanks in advanced.
What is the font used for Balenciaga's Logo? I really like the sleek aesthetic. Thanks for any help!
Anyone can help in identifying this typeface?
Hey everyone, well I've got this project and I'd really appreciate your input.
I'm having difficulty finding a suitable font for a men's clothing line. The name is "ALEIXANDRE KORTABERRIA"
I'd really rather avoid any Didot because I think it's too common and feminine. I've included some examples of what I may be looking for below.
I like these sans serifs but the name I'm working with has so many letters that a plain font like that may just look boring and uninspired.
Well I'm open to any suggestions you might have.
Thanks in advance
Hey does anyone know what font Tom Ford's logo is? Also maybe you guys could give me something similar to it if it turns out to be a custom font.
Thanks Thanks Thanks
Here's the link: http://blog.iso50.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/img014-450x82.jpg
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What say ye oh brethren of typographic love.