Can you identify this rounded, geometric font?

At first I looked at this and thought, simple. That's either arial rounded, or possibly VAG round, maybe confortaa - but no - I've been searching this for over an hour and find very close fonts but not quite. I am beginning to think maybe the original designer drew this.

Can you identify it? It's only shown in lower case, and notice how the "m" and "u" do not have an upright. Always a single path. If anyone can help me identify this I would really appreciate it.


Tall sans-serif font with good digits

At port tastings we always use placemats, to label glasses, and for the other paperwork that helps run a confusion-free tasting.

Behold the draft placemats for a tasting on 11th October. Observe the background digits, “66” on the second page, currently set in FusiThinNormal, and outlined by my PostScript code (with clipstroke).

Good features
• Tall, such that two adjacent digits have a bounding box in the ratio of A4 less 30pt margins.
• Sans-serif, so not fussy in this background role.

Typo of the National Theatre of Greece

Hi everyone,

I'm desperately looking to find what font is used for the branding of the National Theatre of Greece (used in all their publications as well as in their logo). Here is their website
The website of the designers of the new brand

I also include some visuals. (Note the particularity of the uppercase R in the logo or the lowercase b in the English tagline)

Thanks a lot !

Typo of the National Theatre of Greece

Hi everyone,

I'm desperately looking to find what font is used for the branding of the National Theatre of Greece (used in alla their publications as well as in their logo). here is their website
The website of the designers of the new brand

I also include some visuals.

Thanks a lot !

neo-grotesque - love some feedback and criticism


it's far from finished:

the weight between characters is still a little uneven, and some letters i'm not sure about. i was thinking of scrapping the g and starting on a two-story g (along the lines of johnston, akkurat etc.)

i started by wanting to create a grotesque striped down to its simplest form by removing unnecessary terminals.

[SOLVED] sans-serif w/curly lowercase 'k'

On a few GraphicRiver items, particularly , the sample or details image uses a particular sans-serif font I've seen so many times, but for the life of me can't figure out what it is. I originally thought it was a FontFont font, but I scrolled earlier today through their entire online catalog w/a text sample "work like" and found no match.

Lowercase 'f' and 't' have only half a cross-bar, and the lowercase 'k' is "curly." Neither WhatTheFont nor Identifont were any help.

This font is like that song stuck in your head that you don't know the right words to, you know?

(solved - "Sansation" by Bernd Montag)

Feedback Please. Anything glaring?


Hey everyone. This is technically my second font, but I'm a newbie by all means.

This is a rough look at what I'm working and I would love some basic feedback especially for any pitfalls that I should avoid now and in the future.


I realize that the spacing isn't perfect yet. also if the image is too small to critique let me know and I'll post a better sample.

Wide Gothic on Jessica Hische's site

Hello! I'm trying to find the typeface Jessica Hische uses for the navigational items on her site (Type, Design, Illustration, Back, More etc.) I'm being tripped up by the nice little flourishes in the K, R, etc. Is it possible that it's a custom typeface? Alternatives are also welcome, I really like the proportions that one has going on-- wide but compact, legible very small, etc. Thanks!

Henri Lipsanen


Looking for some feedback on a logo for a new client.

It's a finnish golfer by the name Henri Lipsanen. The client wanted something simple and I don't have much time to do this so simple it is. He also wanted a monogram of the letters HL and the colours grey and green.

This is my first version. Some simple type modification of Insignia with a monogram that is supposed to remind you of a golf course.

Any feedback appreciated.

Ultrablack geometric sans on 50s-70s Hungarian Poster

This is off one of a series of industrial information posters from the communist era in Hungary that I bought in Budapest a few years ago. (The other posters have different typefaces, ranging from Gill Sans to Helvetica and a few more more-or-less interesting ones I can't identify, might post them later if there's interest.) The text reads: "do not touch the oxygen flasks with oily greasy hands". Design in Hungary was good but tended to change less with the times, therefore the very wide time range.

I've photographed, cropped, cleaned up and tried to straighten this as best I could, though it's still a bit warped. Whatthefont turns up nothing. Any ideas? Some of the letterforms are slightly awkward (especially the g) but overall I like it a lot.

The New Standard of Unicase Sans-Serif Fonts


I've been trying to create a website for my software design company and, at least for some of its functions, I think a unicase sans-serif font would look good. I used some font creation software to create a unicase version of Myriad Pro, but it's nothing polished—I'm only an amateur at typography. It represents the basic look of the unicase font I'd like to see, but do you know of any already-created fonts that might bear some resemblance to it? I included in the title of my post the phrase, "the new standard", because I feel as if some of the existing unicase fonts aren't quite up to par with the "classics" of Helvetica, Myriad, Frutiger, etc.