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hello everyone !! i'm new here. here's my first font basingstoke
Basingstoke is old fashioned typeface. inspired by old letterheads from the 19th century.
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What is the font used in this Media Kit? Specifically, what is the font used for the fancy "Ands" and "Thes" with the flourishes above/below. Is this even a font?
Your help is appreciated!
Looking for some feedback on this logo I designed for a photo restoration business I am starting. I wanted something with a retro/vintage feel, without being too kitschy. I think I have succeeded at that here, but I am looking for some outside opinion. Thanks.
Hi, I'm looking for an ID of both fonts used on this image of an old radio dial. Both the font that the numbers are in, and also the 'am' 'fm' font. Or just something very close would be great.
hi @ all,
i'm searching for the name of a special art-deco/retro font i've seen on a image at pixeden.
i've already tried whatthefont.com and similar databases to find this one, but with no luck.
so i hope anyone of you can help me with this.
here are the pictures:
I'm wondering if anyone can identify some of these typefaces. So far I've only been able to figure out their use of Hellenic Wide (not in this example) and a typeface that looks close to Refrigerator and one that looks close to Kaufmann.
This is not a direct type ID, but I am hoping I can get some thoughts on an existing font that has similar properties.
I'm working on an identity project for a local emerging fashion designer and after having done a cursory evaluation of her brand, I'm on the hunt for a font to pair with it. We are going for old Hollywood with a modern and fresh twist. Jessica Hische is one of my design idols and I happened across a book cover she did and the look of it fits perfectly - if only she extrapolated this into a font!
Still very modern and fresh
I saw this nice looking typeface on one of Best Made Co.'s tote bags. I was wondering if anyone could ID it or if it's a handwritten font. It looks hand done but I'd guess probably based off a typeface. Thanks.
Can anyone help with this script font?
Or can suggest something similar?
Can anyone help me ID the retro script font used for "Mountain" on this stationary. Thanks!
I was wondering if someone could name this font for me? Its a lined retro sans serif. Any guess???
Thanks in advance for your time and consideration!
Can someone please identify this numerals? If not, is there anything similar?
Thanks very much.
Looks to be like a run-of-the-mill brush type but need to have an exact identification for this particular one if possible. Thanks!
Dynatype, just released on MyFonts is on sale for a limited time at a 20% discount. Concurrent with this Introductory Sale, Alphabet Soup is also pleased to offer Dynatype's first 75 purchasers a special limited edition print:
P22 Casual Script Pro is a flexible OpenType font based on mid-20th Century hand drawn advertising lettering scripts. As an alternate to thicker casual script styles, this free-flowing thin brush style is evocative of vintage product advertisements and packaging lettering and is highly suitable for a retro flavor.
Just wondering if anybody could help me identify this retro multiline font from the 70's.
It came from the "Handbook Of Freestyle Skateboard Tricks"
I noticed it also shares similar characteristics of the typeface on the Letraset catalog cover, only the "Freestyle" typeface has fewer lines.
Can some tell me a font close to the one shown? Particularly the forms of the p, r and s. Grazie.
I'm looking for this font or similar and others in this vein that have a retro aesthetic and might relate to martinis, rat pack, vegas etc. I know House Industries has some stuff but seeing if anyone has some other good options. Maybe some that aren't typical, updated.