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Hey guys,

i`m from germany, sorry for the bad english. ;)

PLEASE HELP ME!!!

I search the font of the logo from the german medieval band "des Teufels Lockvoegel"
We really need it!

The first font i have found. It's Zenda from Paul Lloyd
and the second... which make the T and L of the logo i really can't find this fuc**ing font!

I send you the link of the Hompepage... at the left side, u see the logo.

http://lockvoegel.de/

I hope, somebody help me!
Make me happy guys ): !!!

The Power of the Engine

Victorian revivals and inspirations often seize on the period’s tendency toward florid decoration. However, the times were also the final surge of the industrial revolution, a time that witnessed the ultimate development in steam, diesel and oil: engines of all kinds. Engine Nine captures the nitty-gritty of a hard-boned indomitable age, boundless in its faith in the technologies of iron and steel, tempered by half-remembered neo-classical details such as the verticality of neo-gothic windows, and finely detailed finials. It’s all here in the brute strength of the verticals, the blackness of the tight setting, the contrasting delicacy of the terminal serifs.

Hello Everybody,

Short: would you think a Sans-Serif, Futura, Bifur Type describes our time today?

Explanation:
I have a question which I would be very grateful if you could give me an answer to, a tip, your point of view. I am about to do my Bachelor this semester and I would like to do a Font Specimen 'in/with' pictures i.e involving human faces/models. It should be something like bringing fashion photography and typography together, on both booklet and poster.

I wanted to do something for the age, like portraying a feeling of today, like contemporary people.
For me - and of course for all of us I can guess - Types are more than just Fonts, forms and words put together, there is a soul, a character behind and there is only one accurate or the right one for a topic.

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