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  2. Riccardo Sartori

    Eckhart by ROHH

    https://www.myfonts.com/fonts/rohh/eckhart/
  3. Ralf Herrmann

    Indivisible by Process Type Foundry

    https://processtypefoundry.com/fonts/indivisible/
  4. Not very close but TF Arrow goes to the same class too. By the way, awesome sign and AWESOME photo.
  5. To add to Riccardo’s excellent suggestions for similar typefaces: OL Signpainter Agora Flange Memo Among freemium faces, Evil Dead might work for you (but it might be too goth).
  6. The obvious reference would be Copperplate (or perhaps Serif) Gothic. I don’t know of any free version, but you can find cheap options in this kind of style.
  7. Hello, I'm looking for a typeface similar to the custom sign for this 1948 neon at the Victoria Theater in Times Square. Photograph by Sam Falk. Looking for something similar to the "JOAN OF ARC / INGRID BERGMAN" writing. I'm having trouble finding a font that is blocky (like, the volume on the right side of the "A" is the same as the left), with delicate NON SLAB serifs. Looking to recreate something like this for a personal project and would prefer a free typeface 🙂 Cheers!
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  9. Ralf Herrmann

    Mexica by Sudtipos

    https://www.sudtipos.com/font/mexica
  10. Hi, i'm looking for the family this font is from, any help would be appreciated. I found this image on a playing card on the back Thanks
  11. Ralf Herrmann

    Introducing the Font of the Month section

    We would have to wait and see. My expectation is, that the attention for every entry is similar and limited to 1 to 3 days while the entry appears as new in the feed or on social media. Maybe there could be a grace period of a few days to roll over late releases into the next month …
  12. Riccardo Sartori

    Introducing the Font of the Month section

    As usual I will be pedantic here: doesn't the "must be released in the current month" rule give an unfair advantage to typefaces released early in the month? I know that "Typeface of last month" is less catchy 😉 and less "of the moment", but still...
  13. Ralf Herrmann

    Adapter by Rosetta Type

    https://www.rosettatype.com/Adapter
  14. Ralf Herrmann

    Introducing the Font of the Month section

    Font releases have been part of our Typography Weekly section, but that wasn’t always ideal. So Typography.Guru now has a dedicated section just for font releases. It’s called Font of the Month. Noteworthy released of the month are gathered and community members can vote for their favorites. Check it out and start voting here: https://typography.guru/competition/
  15. Hi, Meanwhile, I found it, it´s Franklin Gothic Heavy. Thanks,
  16. Ralf Herrmann

    Mississippi by Typotheque

    https://www.typotheque.com/fonts/mississippi
  17. Hi, Can anyone identify the font for Kaarinan LVI Asennus, a Finnish company offering plumbing services? Thanks,
  18. Riccardo Sartori

    The font on the packaging of Smith Victor movie light

    I would say it is custom lettering for the logo, not a typeface. Reminescent of the wider weights of Compacta. Alternatives could include Polyflec, Typoline Expanded, Public Gothic.
  19. Refrigerator Heavy is close, a little more condensed and with a different G though.
  20. Does anyone know what font is it? This style seems popular in 80's/ 90's Is it a customised font? Can anyone suggest a font as close as this one?
  21. Ralf Herrmann

    Monckeberg by Latinotype

    http://latinotype.com/display-weights?font=218
  22. Ralf Herrmann

    Preissig Calligraphic by P22

    https://p22.com/family-Preissig_Calligraphic
  23. Ralf Herrmann

    Darka by Sudtipos

    https://www.myfonts.com/fonts/sudtipos/darka/
  24. Ralf Herrmann

    Antonia by TypeJockeys

    https://www.typejockeys.com/de/font/antonia
  25. Ralf Herrmann

    Dream Big by Positype

    https://www.myfonts.com/fonts/positype/dream-big/
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  27. Riccardo Sartori

    answered Kenneth Anger's Rabbit's Moon font from 1972

    It’s consistent with the contrast of the top of |e|f|. But, in general this lettering doesn’t seem to be very consistent on where it collapse the two outlines and where it leaves a narrow gap. The entire film is available on YouTube, and it seems those three are the only title cards.
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