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I tried many website to see if I can find the font for the name & contact information on the left side of the logo.
Can anyone tell me what kind of font this is?
I'm working on a wordmark for a consulting firm that mostly does business with the government. Currently it's just ff Olsen with some minor alterations (rounded Corners, shortened ascender and took in the serifs a bit).
Let me know what you think. Is it too plain? awkward looking etc... I think I'm losing the forest for the trees on this one and need some feedback.
I've been looking for this font for sometime now can anyone please help me out.
Can anyone help, please?
Hello! I know this an incredibly stupid font to ask you to name, but it would be nice to know. I've only seen it on Windows computers, and have seen it many times before. Does anyone know this font's name, if so... is it also downloadable?
In this specific case, this was just a screenshot I took from a youtube video. Do not mind what is says, it won't make any sense. Heh Heh.
I lost the name of a font I really like, I have a picture of about 15 letters of the font. If someone recognizes it and can tell me what it's called, I'd really appreciate it. Picture below:
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?
Anyone know what this font is? I have searched several font recognition sites and no luck. Thanks in advance!
My agency's fonts are a MESS!
Does anyone out there know a specialist that can come in to organize our fonts and make sure all of our computers are working with the same consistent library? Every computer (12 of them) has different selection, versions, less or more fonts, corrupt fonts, etc and no computer has a clean master library to copy work from.
I am not sure if this person exists, but if they do, please send me contact info or recommendations!
thank you SO much! :)
I was curious if anyone would recognize this font. I know I have seen it before, any ideas?
Thanks in advance,
Hello could you help find the font on the picture please!! It would be very helpful!
Thank You all
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. :)
Hi to All, My name is Matias and I'm from Argentina... I'm need to identify this typography that I think is easy but I have no enough experience like you to do it, please help me, I will appreciate it.
I need to identify this font--it may be that it was a font turned into outlines and tweaked, I am not sure. I am not that knowledgeable about graphics. I tried identifont, no luck.
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?
This is my first attempt to get competent critique about my font. So please, Don’t beat me up too hard :)
I will be very appreciated about any critics and comments.
My first serif typeface I am trying to make a little bit retro, fashy, but contemporary.
It has 5 different serif shapes depending on the position of prominent parts of letters (maybe a little bit too complicated, but I like it).
I know there are still many things to work on and improve, but the main parts I am really not sure about are sharp ends of stems. The stems are the only parts without any serifs and I guess it makes the whole face unusual.
Please look at PDF files attached below.
Hi, i stumbled upon this font used in the header of http://www.trinketsinbloom.com/ and found the font used in the header very pretty. Would like help to identify this font! Thanks!
I'm a new and learning designer just taking my first typography class. It is something I am really enjoying.
As part of my class, I was assigned a typeface to study and do research on and present as my final project. The face I was given is "Filosophia." It is a beautiful one and I know it was developed by Zuzana Licko of Emigre Fonts in the 1990's. I also know that it was inspired by the classic "Bodoni." Outside of that, I have found very little information on Filosphia itself.
Does anyone know of any books that include information about it or its history? Are there any groups, or communities dedicated to Filosophia? How about any valid websites?
Thanks for the help!
Im new at typography and like some pointers!
I am making a book about banknote design and im wondering about the seperation of the body text. After the copy header (or what do you call it) there is also a space on the right side, automatically added by indesign. Is this decent typography or should i try to align the right row with the top of the body header?
This is one big text box by the way with paragraph styles.
Any ideas? No luck with any other avenues so far. Be my saviors!
I'm designing a logo for a client who has requested two different fonts. I'm not a fan of either, but I don't think they go well together either. But i'm not sure. What do you guys think? What should I recommend? Any other font you'd recommend instead?
He's requested two options:
Mongolian Baiti with Copperplate Gothic Bold
Felix Titling with Copperplate Gothic Bold
have been endlessly searching for these but to no avail, if you could help I would be greatly thankful ;-)
I would like to know the name of this font. The client cannot remember the name and of course we must recreate some elements. I've seen what you guys do and how quickly you do it. You're amazing. Much thanks in advance.