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  3. Hume is as close as I can come as well. If you don’t mind a double-story a, the Google webfont Raleway is also similar....
  4. Hi Typographers! Wondering if anybody here would know of any font similar to Paytype Bold and/or Regular that was developed (or was it?) for Mobilepay.dk. Closest I could find was “Hurme Geometric Sans No. 4”. Thank you for your time and knowledge!
  5. Hi there I’m looking for the name of the font used for the title of the Basquiat Exhibition Catalogue. You can see the entire cover of the catalogue here : http://www.gallimard.fr/gallimard/download/imagehd/9782072801525 I’ve tried WhatTheFond and two other font identifiers but didn’t find the real one. Thanks in advance for your help
  6. Melchior

    answered Penguin Island font

    I was thinking Perpetua, because of the U. Attached: Emerson, PerpetuaBQ, PerpetuaBQ Bold Emerson+PerpetuaBQ.pdf
  7. Kevin Thompson

    answered Penguin Island font

    I amended my answer above....
  8. Melchior

    answered Penguin Island font

    Right, that's my question: what other face in bold/bold italic would be suitable?
  9. Kevin Thompson

    answered Penguin Island font

    Are you talking about Emerson? Emerson has been digitized under that name and as Spiral, but only in Roman, Italic, and Small Caps weights (Spiral) plus Display Roman and Display Italic (Emerson). If you need Bold and Bold Italic, I’d pick a different face. Sabon has similar bones, but not the same details.
  10. Melchior

    answered Penguin Island font

    There was no bold or bold italic with this design. Any suggestions for bold/bold italic?
  11. “Dez Now Sans is a humanistic typeface family that was begun in 2005 by Chris Lozos of Dezcom. Since then, it has been nurtured, revised, and expanded to include 12 weights in both upright roman and true italics totaling 24 variations.”
  12. A curated collection of the absolute best fonts available on Adobe Fonts (Typekit).
  13. In Acrobat, you can use the File > Properties > Fonts menu path to display all the fonts used in the file. If you have Acrobat Pro, you can use the Edit PDF tool to highlight any live type and display its name. The sans serif at the very top is Avenir Black. The large script headings off to the left are artwork, and appear to be hand lettered, as Ralf stated. The names are set in A Little Pot (the typeface doesn’t have an ampersand, so they used Comic Sans). The serif is various weights of Arno.
  14. Font used for Champagne & Prosecco. Original document can be found here. https://res.cloudinary.com/simplotel/image/upload/v1536853839/owl-and-the-pussycat-hotel-restaurant-in-galle/2017-12-OTP-DESIGN-MENU-COMPLETE-A5-V9-WEB_zavs0r.pdf
  15. Melchior

    answered Penguin Island font

    It's Emerson!
  16. Melchior

    answered Penguin Island font

    Nope, not Perpetua, but somewhat similar.
  17. Melchior

    answered Penguin Island font

    It looks like Perpetua in the text itself. The U has a side stem.
  18. Gecko

    answered Penguin Island font

    The version I have in my library is from Bitstream.
  19. Gecko

    answered Penguin Island font

    Ralf your exactly correct - Lucian was designed by Lucian Bernhard in 1932 and originally released by Bauer.
  20. Ralf Herrmann

    answered Penguin Island font

    Well, Lucian is probably correct. It can’t be from Bitstream of course, since the company didn’t exist back then. The letterpress fonts were originally released by Bauer (“Bauersche Gießerei”).
  21. Gecko

    answered Penguin Island font

    I suspect it's: "Lucian Std Roman" from Bitstream https://www.myfonts.com/fonts/bitstream/lucian/
  22. I saw this book today and wondered what the type-face is. The book from 1947, and the type-face does not look familiar at all. https://www.ebay.com/itm/PENGUIN-ISLAND-by-Anatole-France-Limited-Editions-Club-991-1500-VG-signed-/113399907767?oid=132802351481
  23. mike samuel

    answered font from Jenkintown, PA seal

    Thank you sir. You saved me quite a bit of time. I thought Clearface at first but I didn't have ITC Clearface.
  24. Kevin Thompson

    answered font from Jenkintown, PA seal

    ITC Clearface Black
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