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The attached image is the work of designer David Rudnick, however I recently stumbled across a font in development on either this site or a different typography forum using this style as well, but I can't find it anywhere. If you know what I'm talking about a link would be cool, but since I have no other details, that's not the point of this post.
What style of lettering is this? The super-elongated, overly ornamented letterforms that intertwine with each other are so beautiful. I would love to learn more about it but have no information - anything would be appreciated.
I am needing some assistance in IDing a tall san serif font. I have checked my font book and some online resources with no avail. Any help IDing would be much appreciated. Thank you in advance, this forum is the best.
Hi there, I'd love to know what font this is.
It's from the video Telephoneme, by MK12.
video can be watched here:
Image also attached below.
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.
Hello can anyone identify this type?
I think it was an old wood cut or a letterpress.
Does anyone know what this typeface is from the Enshede Catalog?
Similar suggestions welcome.
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
• 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.
I'm an editor of a University student-run magazine and I'm trying to work out what the font of the attached pamphlet cover is - I'm fascinated with its minimalism!