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I need a font similar to that of the word "Broadway" in the photograph below.
Hi there, i am currently in my third year at university studying graphic design and have recently started my dissertation.
I have decided on an area of which i would like to focus on however the subject area has been covered before and continues to be discussed in the design industry of late.
I would like to base my dissertation on print and pixel and where the two are heading. However i am really struggling on pin pointing one aspect within such a large subject (help?). For me print publishing will always appeal to me, the aesthetic value of a well designed publication is what print is all about. Its why I love what i do.
Now i have discussed and brainstormed the subject with my tutor. But if anyone can provide me with further advice then it would be greatly appreciated.
Currently on a team that's building a site for a charity in 24 hours - www.24theweb.com
Client has a new logo but their PR team hasn't supplied a font or any other details other than the logo. Any ideas what this is, tried all the usual avenues including WhatTheFont.
Help appreciated :)
Can anyone help me ID this font? I made the mistake of outlining the font and not saving the original!
Anyone have an idea on this one? I've seen Q's like that before, but I've gone through a bunch of my fonts with no luck.
Hey - I need to know what this font is. Is there anyone that could help me out. Point me in the right direction... etc...?
The font I'm looking for is the one that is usually on those old red and yellow propaganda posters that say things like "Rise up!" and have pictures at fists and hammers at the bottom. I feel like maybe they were old Soviet posters but I can't get a picture of one so I hope someone can help.
I'm new on here so excuse any blunders or assumptions i might make in my plea for help. I've just finished designing a logo for a client and was just about to get started on some stationary as you do and realised I've been using the same set of fonts for way too long.
I'm asking for a bit of help with type selection to work as part of an identity, so initially stationary and a small brochure. The job is for a client who is about to open a Pilates studio on the UK's South coast. She's got uninterrupted views from the studio out to sea hence the concept for the logo.
I was looking for sans serif that wasn't too slight/condensed to compliment the curves of Hermes used in the logo. But I'm totally open to all suggestions, that's why I'm here.
Hi there, I was wondering if anyone here could help me identify this font:
I've seen this one around in a few different places, but haven't yet been able to pinpoint it. It seems like it's similar to Helvetica, except a bit more narrow and some letters, like "D", "C", and "O" are less round. The "R" seems to be very distinctive as well, with the tail curving outward a decent bit more than Helvetica's "R". Any help identifying this would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Hey guys I could use some help on IDing this font. Any ideas?
Need some help...
I love glaserSted font. It's freeware and can be found here:
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However, I do not know the font that this comes from. I'm looking for the "parent" font that the author turned into a stencil type font. Essentially, I'm looking for this simple, sans-serif font to use with glaserSted.
I was hoping someone could help me - I'm currently trying to find the name of this font:
And then a free download to re-create it for a project.
If anyone can help, it's very much appreciated!
It's sort of an emergency... so I'm coming to the experts.
The font isn't exactly what I'm looking for, but its the foundation I need for now.
Thanks in advance.
I was wondering if i may have some assistance in a logo i am creating at the moment. I have licensed metroscript and would like to increase the contrast so the logo is scaleable and legible in small sizes.
So far i have filled the "O"'s counter, as well as the "A"'s to increase legibility, however I am still struggling to add contrast to the logo.
Are there any tips you might have?
This font seems to be a cross between Poetica Roman and Durrow Bold. I can't find it anywhere.
I work at a graphic design agency, and we're redoing some of our website. For whatever reason some of the source files are hard to access and we're trying to identify one of the fonts, but we're having trouble. So, naturally, I thought I'd hit up Typophile for help. Here are some URL's.
If anyone could help i would appreciate it so much! I have looked through thousands of pages of fonts, trying to find this one, or one close to it! It would mean so much to me!
My name is Shanna Fuller and I work at a business in Huntsville, Al. My boss and his wife were watching TV last night and a Pamprin commercial came on.
My boss LOVED the grayed out 'Pamprin' logo in the commercial and my job is to find out what the font is. I called around a little and used whatthefont.com and it gave me similar results, but nothing exact. The 'a' is what he really likes. Can you help me? :)
I contacted the actually company and they left a message with their ad agency that created the commercial, but they may never contact me back. I know it is a weird request.
Your site is very interesting by the way!!
Thanks for any help at all :)
This is probably a no-brainer for many people here, but...what font is this? Please help.
Thanks for any and all help in advance.
I created a font for a school assignment a while ago, and I'm having a little trouble with Open-Type in order to make it work properly.see the font here: http://www.behance.net/gallery/Shoelace-Typefeet/465085
Since the typeface uses shoes as characters, I needed it to be like this:
Right foot, Left foot,Right foot, Left foot,Right foot, Left foot,
At first I just put all the right feet in uppercase glyphs and left feet in lowercase glyphs, so you needed to type ThIs WaY to make it work (not the best solution, but I had a tight deadline). Now I am trying to find an open-type solution to make it look right regardless of how you write, but I'm not sure about which open-type feature I should use.
I am a bit of a noob at Font Lab, so any help would be appreciated.
Hi - I really appreciate the help of this great forum to identify this Font. I have looked everywhere I can ... but I am not an expert :) cheers Nikos
I have been working on a project at work and threw it on my Dropbox to work on at home a bit... while the InDesign file is fine, all of the typeface files are zero bytes and don't work! Hmm... figured it was just a weird thing, so I tried it again, and also emailed the typeface to me (both zipped up, and by attaching each file singularly). And again... zero bytes.
I am at a loss - very strange problems. Any ideas?
Can anyone help? This is from a band t-shirt. Label reads: Vintage fiftyfive black rebel motorcycle club. I have tried to look for this on what the font but no luck.
Thank you! Thank you!
I am new to typography & recently started reading about typography in detail. As a first step, i am trying to understand type anatomy, to help myself i making a simple poster with type anatomy explained, so i can stick it in-front of me & let it hammer in my mind.
Till now, these are the details i am able to fetch from various sources : http://nitingarg.com/shared/first-draft.jpg
Now, it would be really helpful if you can just check & let me know if i am missing something or done something wrong there.
Thanks for your time !
I need your help to recognize this policy. I want to know it so as to build a software using this kind of policy. One of colleague told me to use this one, but I don't have any idea about its name.
Please, help me.
Thank you very much,
PS : I only own some figures, no letters...