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Trying to ID fonts from masthead & headline copy on The Saturday Paper website

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Thanks Miss Nobody & Ralf apologies for slow reply I've been away. StudioPro looks spot on for the sans used. Lyon text & display I see they've used in the body copy/articles. Austin News (MissN rec) is super close but not quite right for 'The Saturday Paper' logo masthead. Which font from your list did you think it was Ralf? Pls confirm when you have a moment. Thank you so much.

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Also are you able to advise where I can buy StudioPro from? I cannot seem to find a place that licenses it.

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You probably have to contact MultiForm at this email. That's where it sends me when I click Buy Studio Pro at their website.

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Thanks MissNobody. Strangely I can't see any BUY link on their website, so I will send them an email 😃

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It's there, artistic sites are UX nightmare sometimes. 😊

The logo is probably a bit designed. They changed the kerning and the width of the letters.


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