As this is hand painted either one of the two can have been the model. That the R is slightly different does not matter, hand lettering is never exactly the same as the model.
Apart from possible but not likely modifications on the E and L, ever looked at the P, R and A kids?
The Numbers Claimcheck is close indeed, but close enough?
on the Rainbow download page: Rainbow font inspired on singer Lana Del Rey's typeface. This font is for personal use only, since I do NOT own the rights of the original design created by Interscope/Polydor Records. This font is just a fan-made project.
Rest assured HawaiianTropic, the original design is not
created by Interscope/Polydor Records. Unless, of course, the Interscope/Polydor Records company was there before the wax roll was invented ...
Image above is part of the cover of a teachers guide to improving classroom vocabulary by the Floria Institute for Grammar. Thanks to Claude for the image.
Font used in this image is the After Lana, made using the many Lana Del Rey images available, lower case, numbers, punctuation and accented letters added. Clean and sharp as a digital font should be. A digital version following the somewhat rounded corners of the original letterpress type is easy of course. That just takes some time.
At smaller sizes Rainbow looks like it, sure. Yet as soon as you go to larger sizes, and certainly in print you will notice the errors which do not need to be there as it is a about 100 years old purely geometrical type design.
The N. KiloGram is not a match danramirezjr.
Chunk Five with a grunge effect.
Shouting does not help. On the contrary ...
Ever digitized you think?
Yes, this is the Ambassador Script. Embroidery always makes it fatter.
The ultimate example of more is less. Or if you prefer, Mas es menos. Noticed the missing acute on the a of Mas
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