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  2. Looking for the font of this lawfirm: http://www.lppvlaw.ch/?lg=en It is posted as image so my font-detector add on can not find it. Can anyone help me find out witch font it is?
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  4. Kevin Thompson

    Font on my Boat

    Perhaps a customization of Blacksword?
  5. holystonestudios

    Font on my Boat

    This is a picture of the boat I am buying, and I would like to know the font so I can print hats etc. Commerical or free font is fine. Only concerned with DELCIE
  6. I agree with Ralf, Text Regular is very similar in many respects. Looks to me like someone customised it for the magazine. My copy of Text Regular is credited as designed by Gareth Hague. You might want to contact him and see if he custom designed something similar for your brand magazine.
  7. Ralf Herrmann

    Serif-ish pen-nib face from Ever Manifesto Magazine

    In case similar helps as well: https://www.myfonts.com/fonts/fw-alias/text/
  8. Hi all, Looking to buy this face for a packaging project. It's from Ever Manifesto, a defunct brand/magazine. Thank you ahead of time! Renée
  9. Hebraphone

    ANSWERED Font of Excellent Bus Service

    Yes, that's the company and that's the font. Thanks, Ralf, not only for correctly identifying it but for your prompt reply. Much appreciated. Regards, Hebraphone.
  10. Ralf Herrmann

    ANSWERED Font of Excellent Bus Service

    This? That’s Park Avenue download at MyFonts
  11. Can anyone tell me the name of the script font used as the logo for Excellent Bus Service (Ltd? Inc?)? Their website has a few images with the name painted on the sides of the buses. It's not exactly Brush Script. Similar. Any clues out there? Thanks in advance for any info. Regards, Hebraphone (new member).
  12. I know! :) That's what I did. I was just replying to Ralf suggestion
  13. Riccardo Sartori

    Looking for the font of this wedding invitation.

    Just remove the "/de" part: https://www.dafont.com/theme.php?cat=113&text=123450&fpp=100
  14. Thank you Ralf! I will try that! When I clicked on the link you sent - everything is in German :)
  15. You would search for “typewriter” and check which of those fonts have a slashed zero. Free: https://www.dafont.com/de/theme.php?cat=113&text=123450&fpp=100 For commercial fonts, the slashed zero might be an OpenType feature, as in FF Trixie for example: https://www.myfonts.com/fonts/fontfont/ff-trixie/
  16. My client wants this font for their last minute invitation but I don't even know what to search online to try finding something with the "slashed zero" look Can someone help? Thank you so very much!
  17. Riccardo Sartori

    ANSWERED Kotihaltia font

    Clearface Gothic: download at MyFonts
  18. Hello Looking for the font of this Kotihaltia logo. Can someone identify this font, please? Thanks, Elli
  19. Ralf Herrmann

    Day Moon Press

    Day Moon Press was founded in 1976 by Maura Shapley, with the purchase of a fifty-dollar Chandler and Price letterpress and several cabinets of foundry type. She met Jack LeNoir in 1978, and they were married in 1980. Two years later, the Press was moved to its current building on Beacon Hill, which is also the family residence. Over the years the Press acquired a variety of offset and letterpress equipment and small bindery tools, becoming a resource for artists, designers, and others needing production for small format unique projects. These included invitations, announcements, flipbooks, posters, linoleum and wood-block prints, continuous tone offset, and printing on substrates such as fabric, plastic, wood and previously bound books. During the 90s, the Press minimized its commitment to commercial work in favor of the demands of preschool and early childhood obligations. After the turn of the century the offset equipment was phased out, and the Press became exclusively letterpress. Since its founding, the Press has been involved in the preservation of the letterpress aesthetic, working with clients, designers and agencies in the uses of handset type, rich papers, relief-printed illustrations, and related letterpress operations including die-cutting and embossing. The Press was a founding member of both the Book Arts Guild and the Book Club of Washington, and continues to support organizations and individuals interested in the Craft.
  20. “Geograph is a contemporary, plain sans serif designed for National Geographic. It comprises 24 styles for use across their broadcast, print and web channels.”
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  22. Riccardo Sartori

    Adobe released Minion 3

  23. “Originally designed in 1928, Plak is something of a lost gem in the type world. Despite being drawn by Futura creator Paul Renner, it never achieved the same popularity and spent decades lacking a much-needed digital revival.”
  24. Ralf Herrmann

    Adobe released Minion 3

    “Minion 3 introduces a new script, Armenian, as well as full IPA coverage. Other enhancements include an additional style of Greek with a traditional reverse-oblique pen angle, as well as refinements to the Cyrillic designs. Newly refined optical sizes are now available, which take advantage of the latest font technology to make Minion 3 an even more versatile tool for digital typesetting.”
  25. George Thomas

    Looking to identify font of image (DCFD logo)

    While it may bear some slight similarity to a type of the era, it is a monogram as shown here. The only way to come up with a complete alphabet, even for identification purposes, would be to have a complete monogram set, and that would not have a lowercase, numbers, punctuation, etc.
  26. Omnes Pro Medium, by Darden Studios.
  27. Hi, I work for a small charity. We are trying to find out what the font in our logo is as we need to produce some new service logos that match. We have found a number of similar fonts but none that match the swept / half rounded letter ends and curls. We have no record of the original designer of the logo. We need either the name of the font so we can buy it or a good match alternative that will not stand out when used on the same page as this logo. Any help would be enormously appreciated.
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