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This is a Deseret Alphabet font that is patterned after Times New Roman. Deseret is a phonetic, non-Roman alphabet for writing English. It has been encoded in Unicode for several years now, and the PDF sample shows the Unicode positions of the letters. Deseret does not have separate characters for upper and lower case letters - they are distinguished by size only. However, I have introduced some differences in the upper and lower case glyphs in keeping with the Times. This is the fist serious font (with many more to come) I have developed for the Deseret Alphabet (or any other alphabet for that matter) and I would appreciate any comments.
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I'm recreating an LP layout and need to know what font this is.
Thank you for your help!
Thank you donshottype!!!
Here’s some body text of the “Evo” magazine. What might be this serif font?
This is from a Port bottle label.
Trying to find out what the serif in gold caps is called?
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The Original F was hand done on its own for the notorious Frank Book's exclusive New Era hat line. The rest of the alphabet was designed around the F while referencing similar serif fonts.
I'd be highly interested in hearing thoughts about this fascinating animal:
Please help me figure out what font this could be.
Does anyone know what the serif font is used in this magazine: http://sleeping-thef.pinthouses.com/best-photos.board.america.3373952289...
Tribute by Frank Heine [Emigre, 2002]
I'm trying to ID 2 fonts but remain unsure. I was thinking Caslon for the Kues, but it's not it. Any ideas?
Please help me with this font. I love how it works for business cards.
Hi folks, been trying to find this font, without luck. I've looked at the goudys, and trajans and several other roman fonts. Came close with PF Monumenta, but the serifs are different. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thank you!
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Hi, all. I'm new here. I'm David Thometz (a.k.a. "Gulliver" or "GulliverUT") and I'm out here in Salt Lake City. I've been an admirer of all of your designs for some time, and have been doing my level best to be a self-taught type designer. (Uh-oh... :D )
I have quite a few fonts in the works. This is the first one I have publicly shown, although I have been using my own fonts in my freelance designing for years.
While Architrave is my own design, it was largely inspired by (and could be described as a transporter accident between) Clarendon and Jenson.
I would welcome any comments, as well as suggestions on how to go about marketing and licensing some of my fonts.
Thanks for making such a forum as this possible.