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  2. Ralf Herrmann

    FF Quadraat no longer on the market?

    No, it doesn’t say anything about FontFonts.
  3. Greg Yerbury

    FF Quadraat no longer on the market?

    The answer is here
  4. oobimichael

    FF Quadraat no longer on the market?

    Recently noticed that the FF Quadraat superfamily is no longer available via FontShop, MyFonts, Fonts.com, etc. Does anyone know what is going on with Fred Smeijers? OurType has been disbanded. Quadraat has been removed from retail. Wasn't Quadraat one of the flagship types of FontFont?
  5. Riccardo Sartori

    Typekit is now Adobe Fonts

    “As Adobe Fonts, we are consolidating all previous Typekit plans into one streamlined service that gives you our complete library as part of all Creative Cloud plans.”
  6. Ralf Herrmann

    Emoji Part 3: Go West

    In this article Keith Houston explains how Emoji came a global success through the Unicode standardization and Google’s role in that.
  7. Last week
  8. Melchior

    Font pairing help

    Look Lydian-Trajanus.pdf
  9. Nailed it! Thank you so much! 🙂
  10. It’s the Google web font Berkshire Swash, by Astigmatic.
  11. Kevin Thompson

    ANSWERED Jazz/beat font used on a casino chip design

    House Industries Latino—Latino Rumba for “The Capital Room” and “Austin, TX,” and Latino Samba for “$100.”
  12. Three more suggestions to add to the already excellent ones offered: Sinzano (no swashes) TheArtist (some swashes) Premier Sans (lots of swashes)
  13. I'm trying to identify the font on this casino chip. I've checked the source on chiptalk.net,which dates back to 2006 and there are no threads on the forum relating to design development or fonts used. I've tried isolating the type in Photoshop, cleaning it up and running it through some identification engines. These are close but not right Beatnik Beatnik Barbie Fink Condensed Any insight warmly welcome! ☺️
  14. Riccardo Sartori

    Assistance Requested in Finding This Curly Type Font

    The original sample could likely be lettering or heavily customised. However, there are nowadays a number of typefaces that offer several swashed alternates. For example, not especially similar, but in the ballpark: Artisan Display, and many others.
  15. Hi folks! So I have a startup named "Coconut Pudding", and I got its logo made a few months ago by someone on a freelancing website. Now I don't have the PSD file, and I am going to start the social media pages. I desperately need the name of the font used in this logo attached here. Please tell me the name of the font so that I can use it in Photoshop. Thanks a ton!
  16. I initally stumbled across the source image from Aliexpress (not sure how helpful that is) and the exact link is: https://m.aliexpress.com/item/32796553490.html?trace=wwwdetail2mobilesitedetail&productId=32796553490&productSubject=Hot-Sale-Car-Stying-Not-All-Who-Wander-Are-Lost-Cute-Vinyl-Decal-Car-Window-Bumper Upon further searching for a similar font I did stumble across the following link which seems to be a very similar and maybe even more original (guessing) rendering of the design/text. Link: https://dribbble.com/shots/982499-Not-all-who-wander-are-lost That is about all I have for information.
  17. EDIT: I did search typography for a solid hour and was unsuccessful in finding any previous requests! Doesn't need to be an exact match, and I do understand the text is probably formatted (twisted/skewed) to get the overall layout seen below, but seeking assistance in finding the font or a similar font that has the curls like the "W" in "WHO", the "N" in "WANDER", "L" in "ALL" and "L" in "Lost". Thinking this is a hand drawn thing but one of the popular variations of this quote if searching google images. I feel its custom based on the three different styles for "L" along with two variations for the "W"s and even the "N"s. Thank you in advance and I hope you all have a wonderful weekend! 🙂 Much love! Ryan
  18. Riccardo Sartori

    Font ID for Donald Judd catalogue raisonne 1975

    Some pre-digital cut of News Gothic/Trade Gothic with an alternate or custom |J| on the cover: download at MyFonts
  19. jayar

    Opinions about Sans Forgetica

    Please excuse my French, as we might say in Canada, but this is complete bullshit. If I have understood correctly, they only compared it with Arial in reading tests. There are certainly a number of faces which would come out on top in such a comparison. I saw another readability test where Park Avenue was compared with Arial. Arial was thereby “proven” to be the most readable face. Really – it was in the New York Times so it must be true.
  20. cast foundry

    Opinions about Sans Forgetica

    I wonder why in the documentation there is no scientific documentation of the experiments they did. Or I can't find it?
  21. Try Consort, by Red Rooster (just apply the appropriate outline and fill).
  22. Kevin Thompson

    ANSWERED Looking for these fonts found on Custom Ink

    Agree with Ignacio that the typeface for CHORUS is derived from Avant Garde, but this particular iteration is called The Maple Origins (and yes, the treble clef symbol is an addition). Spanger is Lullabies.
  23. Czl Lebleu

    Opinions about Sans Forgetica

    I think that, like most things, it depends on the person! If you think it will help, then it probably will. If you think it's nonsense, it probably won't help you remember anything, and instead will frustrate you. That said, I might give it a try if I have to memorize something, just for the fun of it.
  24. Richard Hunt

    Opinions about Sans Forgetica

    Ralf Hermann points out the essential problem: hard-to-read typefaces don't get read.
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