The font used in titling for the film Listen Up Philip is rad and I want to know what it is.
I found this wonderful font and I can't figure out what type it is. Can you help? [more inside]
I like this font rather a lot, and would like to find a decently high resolution version for a small project. Don't need ttf files, but do need letters too! [more inside]
I made a sign using a font I have installed on my computer. Now I need to make another one and I have no idea what font I used. [more inside]
Looking for a typeface for a wellness/holistic medicine practice. I know that Papyrus font is a cliche, but it's an effective visual shorthand for this kind of business. Are there other fonts that are less overused, but would still convey or fit with that vibe of green, organic, holistic, natural? [more inside]
I haven't had any luck identifying this through the WhatTheFont! automagical service nor the Identifont step-by-step quiz so now I bring it to you. What's the typeface used in this old GATOR$ sign?
Found font I'd love for my Save the Dates and need your help to track it down! [more inside]
Typographers of mefi, what is the name of this awesome font? You're my only hope. Thanks!
I'm vector-izing this header plate from an old edition of my labor union's newspaper for use in future editions. Obviously I'll be tracing the hand-lettering of "Industrial Worker", but I'd like to find a font that matches as closely as possible the sans serif lettering used for "Labor Produces all Wealth..." and the slogans on the banners.
I really like the font titled Hominis. I'd love to know what historical era the style belongs to--Victorian?--as well as what typeface it might have been modeled after, if it doesn't seem original. (I attempted to contact the designer, but was unsuccessful.) Thanks in advance.
Typographers, designers, and font geeks: I'm looking for fonts with a distinctive and stylish letter "X". Other criteria: sans serif, not too ornate, and preferably free to download. The X is going to form part of a word, so as well as being distinctive it should also fit nicely with the other characters. Thanks in advance (:
The standard Type 1 fonts from Adobe don't have a definition of Leading. What should I use? [more inside]
What font is this? [more inside]
[font/typography filter] Can you ID the font from the titles on the TV show "The View" as in this image? It's that simple.
What font does the Tabac logo use? [more inside]
Help me identify these fonts from Wet Hot American Summer and other 80s-themed typefaces. [more inside]
Is there an available font that is similar to the title on Velvet Underground's Loaded album? Example here.
Help me find a truly beautiful fixed-width typeface that scream TERMINAL and that doesn't cost me a comical sum of money! [more inside]
Are there any downloadable typefaces similar to these logos? http://cdn.hypebeast.com/image/2011/10/huf-10k-pack-1-620x413.jpg http://www.shogunstore.com/blog/wp-content/images/2010/12/undftd_logo-880x660.jpg Thanks
What font does graffiti / street artist Ben Eine use? [more inside]
Where can I find some fun, free Hebrew fonts? [more inside]
Is there an extension that lets use my own font choices in Chrone? Firefox has an option that doesn't let web sites choose fonts and I want something like that. There's one called Plainclothes and it does too many other things.
[Type-nerd filter] What's a more "old-world"/traditional typeface: Frutiger or Gill Sans? Or something else along the same lines? Must have Black/Extra Black/Ultra faces. [more inside]
Does anyone know of a free Traditional Chinese kaishu-style font that looks like it was written with a ballpoint pen or pencil (not a calligraphic pen or brush)? I'm currently using HanWangFangSongMedium from this page, which I quite like, but it's in fangsong style. It's for my computer flashcards when trying to remember how to write characters (e.g English word -> Chinese character). [more inside]
I'm looking for a site that will take a string of characters, like a name, and provide an equation that, when mathematically graphed out, draw out that string of characters on the graph.
Multilingual (non-)Unicode translation issues inside, from someone who doesn't know nearly as much about Unicode as she should. [more inside]
Designers, type designers, font geeks - I need your help please. In the past, each "era" has had a typeface that came to represent the "spirit" of that era. Can you recommend me typefaces that you feel are poised to capture this new era we are entering...this time where computing breaks free of the desktop and we interact in new ways with "the cloud" in everything we do wherever we are? [more inside]
I designed a display font a few years back and released it free for non-commercial use. I occasionally get requests to use words or letters set in the font for commercial purposes. What is a reasonable amount to charge? [more inside]
I'm looking for either a font that simulates the logo of the CRUNK!!! energy drink, or a way to fiddle with an existing font in such a way as to emulate it. For reference here is the logo. It'd need the whole alphabet, but punctuation and lower case isn't required.
In some fonts, the lower right hand corner of a capital 'N' hangs below the rest of the base line of the font. What is this called?
What font is the AOL logo? [more inside]
What is the font on this "Durham Fair" logo?
Help me identify this font or find a reasonable facsimile, please. [more inside]
Where can I find a list of fonts that can be legally embedded using @font-face? [more inside]
I'm looking for the website of an Eastern-European, I think, designer & typographer who designed some cool-looking Western (cowboy-style) fonts with a former-Soviet-satellite flair. The site had scans of some of his sketchbooks. Anyone?
What're the best practices these days for including custom fonts in web design? [more inside]
I'd like to find typographically pretty stencils in small sizes; Something neat and flat that I could have in my notebook and trace with a .005 pen. [more inside]
I want to read a book set in blackletter. Not just for titles 8212; I want blackletter for the text. Unfortunately I don't read German, nor a Northern European language, and I want to really read it, not just look at it, so it has to be a book written in English or French. I'd prefer a book from the past two centuries. [more inside]
Fontfilter: What's the font used in Shakespeare's First Folio? [more inside]
I came across this typeface today and I really like it, but I can't figure out what it is. I am referring to the words "Campus Progress" in this link. Any suggestions? Thank you!
Why do letters in the same font/typeface vary slightly in a printed book? [more inside]
Name that typeface: used on the Michelin road signs in France. I've tried all the usual Gothic suspects.
Trouble with typesetting international text using Times New Roman on OS X? [more inside]
Calling all font mavens: What is the name of the font used in the "Shaft" logo? [more inside]
Im hoping someone can identity two fonts from the cover of the Wilhem translation of the I Ching. [more inside]
Browsing through my logs and exploring the links leading to “25 Best License-Free Quality Fonts”, I accidentally discovered Delicious and Fontin – two unique, delightful, delicious, license-free beauties, which definitely will make a lasting positive impression on the visitors of your web-projects. However, there is a problem. The fonts can be used only on a Mac-PC, which means that I don't have any use of them whatsoever. So how could I convert a Mac-font to PC-font? Are there any freeware tools which would convert the fonts without loss of quality?
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