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Looking for the fonts used in this local company logo (Lighthouse)


Ashley Sledge
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Ashley Sledge

I've been able to successfully ID the top font as Jay Gothic URW, however, the "LIGHTHOUSE" and "FOR THE BLIND & VISUALLY IMPAIRED" fonts are completely eluding all of my attempts at identification using the normal sources.

Unfortunately, the client does not have a better version of the logo than the one attached.

The "LIGHTHOUSE" screams Helvetica save for the curvy bar on the H. 😕

Any help is greatly appreciated.

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Ralf Herrmann
20 minutes ago, Ashley Sledge said:

The "LIGHTHOUSE" screams Helvetica save for the curvy bar on the H. 😕

They probably just changed that part as hint to the lighthouse curves they used in the pictogram on the left. 

Here is a slightly different (and newer?) hi-res version. The blue text there is Arial. 

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Ashley Sledge
14 minutes ago, Ralf Herrmann said:

They probably just changed that part as hint to the lighthouse curves they used in the pictogram on the left. 

Here is a slightly different (and newer?) hi-res version. The blue text there is Arial. 

Yeah, that's their old one. Helvetica Neue Condensed Bold got me closest and then I just added the curve to the H's. Thank you - this one can be marked as solved 🙂

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Riccardo Sartori
3 hours ago, Ashley Sledge said:

"FOR THE BLIND & VISUALLY IMPAIRED"

It is pretty small, but it looks it could be Fira Sans.

FOR$spaceTHE$spaceBLIND$space$amp$spaceV

 

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