I bought a book this morning and really like the typeface used in the titles. Unfortunately, What the Font has fallen short and I haven't had any luck elsewhere. Any help would be appreciated.. Most typefaces I find in similar styles have 'a's that I'm not fond of (don't like the 'circle with a straight stick' look).
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My partner and I are having trouble identifying the typeface used here. Thanks in advance!
This would be great for a Miami/Ibiza style flyer and I am not surprised they used it for that.
Any idea what font this is?
Hi, this is the font i need help finding, any info would be much appreciated, thanks.
Can any one ID this for me. I thought Tungsten but it's not...
Can anyone figure out which font is this? The logo is 2 or 3 years old.
I see this font all the time in logos that all the kids are making these days.
Can anyone help me identify it? I've tried Whatthefont and Identifont to no avail.
I'm searching for the font in the logo of my RC airplane club as my grandfather designed it and is no longer with us. I've searched through catalogs and just can't put my finger on what it is.
Thanks in advance for the help!
Anyone know or think they might be able to identify the font for Teenager Posts and so-relatable images. Here is an example of the font http://www.flickr.com/photos/76343955@N05/8165649985/lightbox/, or you can visit the website to look at the fonts used on the images.
I've looked everywhere to no avail so be great if you could help me! And I'm pretty sure it isn't helvetica or arial, although it could be a variation?
Long time Typophile reader, first time posting.
Anyhow, I can't identify the condensed sans-serif typeface used by Utrecht in nearly all of their promotional materials— I thought it might have been Folio Condensed or Anzeigen Grotesk at one point, but Folio Condensed (at least the light version) seems to have a lower x-height, and Anzeigen comes only in bold and the capital "R" is markedly different.
For my study application which includes a portfolio of my best work I am looking for a nice sans-serif.
Firstly, I thought it has to be a neutral typeface just like Helvetica and so on, so that it fits to my photography work
as good as to my futuristic poster (just to give an example).
But I felt that I want a typeface which has more personality, wich has a (subtle) nice, warm and friendly feeling without being too decorative.
One typeface I have found is Pluto Sans. It looks nice to me, but the description reads that its best used for screens
(http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/hvdfonts/pluto-sans/). So, would you suggest me to use it for print?
Also, if you have any other suggestions I like to hear them.
Looking for the typeface found in this logo. Thanks in advance.
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.
wondering what this font is called?
Thanks in advance!
A practical sans serif need not appear dry, constructed, or derivative. It can excel in its sensible role and yet possess a distinct flair. Iskra (spark or flash) is a new sans serif designed by Tom Grace.
Can anyone help identify the above font and equivalents.
Appreciate your help
My alma mater (George Washington University) recently hired two very expensive firms to redesign its logo and "visual identity." The new design features sans-serif font and a digital portrait of George Washington. A vast majority of students and alums (like myself) dislike it, while the school's administration loves it. What are your thoughts on the redesign (and use of sans-serif), everyone?
Here's the old look:
I'm researching about Seravek type family. I woud like to read some reviews. Do you know an avaiable review to this type family?
Humana recently changed their corporate logo. I’m wanting to know what typeface this is that they used. Thanks, comrades!
I need to find a webfont alternative to Berthold Akzidenz-Grotesk Bold Extended (http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/berthold/akzidenz-grotesk-be/bold-extended/) preferably with a light weight in the same family.
So far, I;ve found "foundation sans" http://www.fontspring.com/fonts/fontsite/foundation-sans and Nimbus Sans http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/urw/nimbus-sans/black-extra/preview.html - These are close enough for this project.
However, they both render badly in Firefox on seemingly all versions of windows. Does anyone have any tips or can suggest alternatives?
I'd like to know what font is used in this booklet cover.
the "know and do" looks like it's in a thicker version of the font. I'd love to know that one, as well.
Also, I'd like to know if anyone could recommend any free fonts that are similar to this one.