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  2. What is this childlike script font (Etsy)

    I add a better image …
  3. I found this sign on Etsy and was wondering if anyone might know what font was used or if there are any similar fonts to this? Thanks!
  4. I can’t identify the specific typeface, but it’s kind of a typical font for a style I would call “American script”. Using that as search keywords, you can probably find a font you like: https://www.myfonts.com/search/american+script/ Maybe even on the better freeware site: https://www.fontsquirrel.com/fonts/list/find_fonts?q[term]=script&q[search_check]=Y
  5. New work from the Department of Typography & Graphic Communication at the University of Reading.
  6. ANSWERED Brunswick Close Estate, 1958

    Probably made for that purpose and not a font.
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  8. ANSWERED font Identification (Fishing Club)

    Blacksword (free for personal use only).
  9. Can someone identify this font? The font in which the word "Fishing" is written.
  10. ANSWERED What's this font? (Shinola Detroit Watch)

    The serif could be some style of Bauer Bodoni italic. I can’t identify it clearly on the low-res images above, but they use Bauer Bodoni on their website. download at MyFonts
  11. ANSWERED What's this font? (Shinola Detroit Watch)

    Akzidenz Grotesk Condensed. download at MyFonts
  12. ANSWERED What's this font? (Shinola Detroit Watch)

    The header and body font and also the 'where america is made' if you know?
  13. ANSWERED What's this font? (Shinola Detroit Watch)

    Which one are you looking for?
  14. Hello, Can anyone identify this rather charming geometric sans-serif? Found at the Brunswick Close Estate, Islington, London. Possibly also the inspiration for the logo of Agent Pekka, an illustration agency – https://agentpekka.com Photos from typographystudies.com/2012/12/kerning-fence/ Thanks! H
  15. ANSWERED S&S Font

    I think it will work close for what I need to do :) Thanks again group
  16. The Guardian: “one of the greatest conceptual breakthroughs in mathematics has been traced to the Bakhshali manuscript, dating from the 3rd or 4th century”
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  18. ANSWERED S&S Font

    The "adjustment" is kind of crude, too.
  19. Starting an online archive of type specimens

    Putting this very interesting talk by Stephen Coles here. Fits perfectly.
  20. Hi! Clothing brand "Les Cayotes" used a font in their old seasons thst I love.
  21. ANSWERED S&S Font

  22. ANSWERED S&S Font

    Looks very similar to Apple Chancery with a little adjustment to the ampersand.
  23. Soon after the invention of upright roman type, an interloper entered the arena—italic. Rather than displacing roman, it wound its way into our typographic culture, becoming an essential part of languages that use the Latin script. Our written communication depends on it, yet in all the books that have been written about type design there are often only a handful of pages about this essential style. This talk will explore the roles italic plays in our typographic culture: as a language feature, a typographic element, a historical marker, a design object, and a business product. These roles have shaped the design of italic and inspired innovation and creativity. But they have also often forced italic into a subservient position. What is the essence of italic? Has that identity survived its use as a secondary complement to roman? Is it possible that this servitude has given italic the freedom to flourish? This is the story of how italic established itself as part of our typographic language, was transformed as it was relegated to secondary roles, and yet remains a strong and essential part of typeface design.
  24. Drukkunstmuseum Maastricht

    This Museum of the Art of Printing is situated in the centre of Maastricht. It is located in a 19th-century house with an inner courtyard and a chapel building. Here you will find a unique historic printing establishment dating from 1900. The museum offers a historic overview of the art of printing, with the help of various materials and tools, ranging from the first bookblocks to etchings by Rembrandt and litho prints by de Toulouse-Lautrec. Several old printing presses are still operational. The chapel shows various exhibitions focusing on the art of printing. Besides the historical art of printing, the museum has an exclusive collection of modern art, that consists of graphic art, drawings and objects in the characteristic style of artist and initiator of the museum, René Glaser. The museum is open: for individuals from March till July and Sept. till Nov. each Saturday from 13-17 hrs. The museum is closed for individual visits in August. Guided tours for groups are possible throughout the year and on a daily bases, but by appointment only!
  25. The font is PRAETORIAN http://www.dafont.com/praetorian.font
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