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I have no idea where this one is from, or even if there's a font out there that shares similarities to this piece.
I figured the best course of action was to consult the usual experts here :)
Thanks in advance!
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does someone recongize this font on RYANAIR's aircraft 'U NEVR BEAT D IRISH!"?
I had Akzidenz Grotesk but that's not it. Your input is much appreciated.
Frutiger Condensed Black
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Late Old Style type style of the baroque period. Like the Venetian types, this style is based on calligraphic principles, including modulated stroke, oblique axis, adnate serifs and modeled terminals, and moderate aperture. The Garalde italics are closely associated with their corresponding roman fonts and are designed to be used together with them in a subordinate role.
See also Garalde Typefaces.
...that is my first post here so; Hello to all of you!
I am working on a logo which make use of font Francker
I need your advice and knowledge about the solution used to construct a capital "Y" letter in this font. Maybe its my ignorance but i found a corner circled in red a bit annoying.
Please take a closer look and tell me why this letter is constructed that way? Is there any other solution which will help to get rid of the "corner"?
Thanks in advanced for all your comments.
Ran across this blog post from Adobe this morning and thought it was really fascinating, great read on the history and development of the Adobe branding for their desktop apps:
Reinventing the System: The New Adobe Desktop Brand
(also appears to hint that we'll see CS5 very soon)
could someone help me in identifying this font?
I have recently noticed the lack of professional quality fonts available under open licenses here that are of any professional value.
Apple and Microsoft may have the money to license typefaces from other groups, or pay to have typefaces developed for them, but a community-built operating system depends on the community to contribute each in their own little way.
I am looking for any open fonts on a professional level, there are a couple already like Gentium, Bitstream Vera out there, which is a great start.
Are there any more freely available and freely redistributable fonts you're already aware of?
I urge all of you who benefit daily from open-source technology (Firefox, Openoffice, even Typophile is hosted on a linux server) to consider contributing some of your work towards the community that has provided you with so much software.
I am looking to build a package of only the highest quality typefaces under a free licenses and make that available for download on my site related to Linux and Design, but they would be valuable to people on all operating systems.
Also, the availability of professional alternatives might help even just a couple from pirating or stealing those fonts type designers sell to make a living. hopefully together we can give the community something valuable, generate more interest in good typography and at the same time help support those commercial designers who rely on font sales.
And lastly, by releasing one font for free with credit to a group of open-source users who desire fresh new fonts, you can direct traffic to your other reasonably priced fonts and this will more thank likely channel an entire new market of clients that are currently not buying your fonts.
Submitted by paul d hunt : 28.Apr.2008 3.00am
Green greetings from springlike New York City.
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New release: Flama mega family by Mario Feliciano
One of the maiden releases when Village launched in 2005, and still one of our most popular offerings, the Flama family has been expanded and improved. Mario Feliciano, the great Portuguese designer, has added three additional widths and some extra weights to this eminently useful sans.
The "standard" Flama family now comprises 10 weights from Thin through Black in both roman and italic with all accents needed for setting western and eastern European languages. Also new for 2008 are Semicondensed, Condensed and Ultracondensed widths of Flama.
The type family will soon be seen everywhere (in Europe, at least) for a major car company.
The Flama family of 20 fonts is US$450.
The Flama Semicondensed family of 9 fonts is US$225.
The Flama Condensed family of 8 fonts is US$180.
The Flama Ultracondensed family of 8 fonts is US$180.
The Flama Superset of all 45 fonts in all widths is US$750, a savings of over 25%.
Single weights of all types are available, and are covered by the Taste Test program.
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Speaking of the Taste Test program...
Don't forget that all fonts offered on vllg.com are in our Taste Test program. If you license a single weight of a family, and then come back later to get the full family, your original purchase amount will be returned to you. Details and examples are at http://vllg.com/tastetest.php
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The US economy is on a rocky path and our dollar keeps losing value, which is great for our friends in foreign countries. We've said it before, and we'll say it again: Our dollar is weak but our types are strong!
The new Flama Superset is US$750, or around 470 euros.
The Stag Superset from Schwartzco is US$500, or around 315 euros.
Our most popular family, Apex New, is US$249, or around 155 euros.
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Coming soon: debut releases from Jeremy Mickel and Jordi Embodas; Galaxie Polaris Condensed; Apex Compact; updates galore...
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Thanks again from DUMBO / Vinegar Hill.
Chester & Tracy Jenkins
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Brooklyn, NY 11201
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In InDesign there are two options in the justification window; adobe paragraph composer and adobe single-line compser.
My guide books recommands me to use the first one but it doesn't tell me why. I don't like to be told what to do if I don't understand why I am doing it. Can you guys tell me what this is all about?
I was wondering if anyone can identify this Rounded Grunge font?
I'd really appreciate it!
Roger has been busy lately blogging about onscreen type. It might be of interest here
I was direct to this forum in order to get the attached sample identified. Any help would be much appreciated.
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Does anyone know this one?
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some pics from my work on a font for my webpage destinated for very small sizes around 9px.
I am struggling with balancing hinting for small screen sizes, special versions for negative use on black ground with sub pixel rendering and so on…
In this pic one can see the results comparing (for now only) two browsers Google Chrome and Safari both on Mac.
For me the first one is the best, yet it is achieved with a particular thinner version of the same font only for the use on black ground. Otherwise as known sub pixel rendering tends to make fonts look much bolder than they are in reality.
Yet, it creates a hell of difficulties when used in animated texts, even if only a simple fade, for example. Specially Safari renders the font abruptly after the animation is completely done. I tried to change classes in order to keep the thicker version while animating, only exchanging it at the end and so on. In general it works better with CSS transitions but even this does not solve entirely the problem.
Between the second and the third one (with simple greyscale anti-aliasing) Google is way better, specially the strokes are more consistent as here in the example in the ‘in’. Sadly not even a good hinting solves the problem on stroke inconsistency on monitor. Yet the font looks better in Google Chrome.
By the way Firefox does not leave to the developer the choice of greyscale anti-aliasing, as far as I know. One has to do a CSS hack to change class for him and go for slighter font versions on dark ground.
A long story…
Let me know what you think of this kerning. I am growing blind on this long word…
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I am looking for a serif type face that is slightly condensed or half condensed.
Up to now I have been using ITC Garamond Condensed or Times New Roman Condensed. I feel the readability is jeopardized with these condensed faces when a certain amount of copy is required.
I know that I can use regular book text copy and drop a point and use tracking to achieve a copy fit but would rather use a slightly condensed serif text face if there is one available.
I have searched around but have not turned up any suitable face.
The copy is usually for marketing brochures and I try to get the client to cut copy but there are times I just have to go with what is supplied.
Thanks for any suggestions.
This is a geometric sans serif with some eccentric touches...any ideas?
Can anybody help me to find this font ?
It's used in the "Efdemin — Chicago Remixes (2)" EP on Dial Records. Artwork by ITF Grafikdesign
Merci in advance !
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Hi all, I'm wondering what script has been used on the covers of UK Esquire – the script font reading 'Inside!' and 'Exclusive Interview' in the example attached.
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I love it and have no idea what it is
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I am looking for a typical fifties font. Like for example used on the Holland - America line posters [img]http://images.easyart.com/i/prints/rw/en_easyart/lg/2/1/Holland-Amerika-Lijn-Ten-Broek-217711.jpg[/img]
But other suggestions are more than welcome ofcourse :-)