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Anyone have an idea what this might be. Note the lovely curved W.
This strong, condensed wooden typeface is the last one I haven't identified from my fine art academy archive.
Do you have any clue?
Please guys, I need to find this font ID, I know is similar to the ''Britannic Medium'' but I need to know the exact ID...
Thanks in advance
I've been looking for this font's name for months. Nobody seems to know, and the recognition pages didn't get it either.
The sample says "E l B a o". I've seen this fon in one or two places already so, I think it's a famous one.
It's a bold/curly/fantasy font. I suspect it's a free one.
Can anybody help?
Wondering if someone can help point me in a useful direction in identifying a typeface similar to the one used in this film title card. I'm aware that it's most likely a hand-job (tsk) but I'm looking to recreate a title like this and a starting point with a similar ornateness to build upon would be useful.
Note: Just watched the opening credits to the original film and all the credits are done in the same fashion. If that helps I don't know...
Please help me identify this font. I've tried WHAT THE FONT and other sites, they don't give me the correct answer.
Thought it was kabel, but the a doesn't match. Any ideas?
Can anyone help identify this font? It looks familiar, but I can't seem to find a good match. Thank you in advance.
I thought this was calibri until recreating it! Any ideas on the font for the logo please?
My first post!
I'm designing a business card for a mobile pet grooming business and they asked me to include this font. I'm 99 percent sure I've seen it before, I've tried WhatTheFont and other font search tools but so far no cigarette.
I yield to the powers of the internet's hive mind now...
Your help is much appreciated. :)
I'm trying to put together a nice presentation template for my new department at work. Unfortunately, I'm a bit of a perfectionist when it comes to my talks, and so I'm not happy to putting a pixelated PNG in my talk as the department logo.
Unfortunately, the person who put this image together is no longer working here, I'm told, so noone knows what font was used. I'm trying to recreate this logo in high quality.
I'd like to request an ID on this font, and ideally, a free font that is as close to this one as possible, such that I may recreate it.
I think I've IDed the font as Scylla, although confirmation would be fantastic. It's not free, so I can't try it. I've attached the logo, and look forward to your opinions and suggstions.
Can anyone help? I love the elegance of all of them and the serif has a really humble feel. I'm trying to avoid using Minion Pro, so perhaps this could be a good solution. Other recommendations welcome :)
I've been trying to find this font all day because this picture is too small and I can't make it bigger without it stretching so I'm just going to recreate the logo but I need to find the font to do that. I'm aware that it's blurry but I think you can still get a gist of what the font looks like.
It says "Just Cleaning USA"
Can anyone please help me to ID this typeface?
Hi, i'd like to know the font used in the easyjet website banners.
Is that a custom font, a derived one or an existing one?
Thanks in advance.
I found that font and is gorgeous! anyone know which is?
Hello, I am having a bit of difficulty ID'ing this font. Any help would be appreciated.
Can somebody suggest fonts which are similar to Cubesity Rounded (http://www.dafont.com/cubesity-rounded.font).
Preferrably something which is a little bit easier to read, but still retains the blocky rounded style.
Could someone help me ID the font used on the cover of HOW magazine used in the image below? The font I want is circled in yellow. PLEASE AND THANK YOU! =)
thanks for any help you can provide.