Still looking for this font -- any guesses?
From a pic on a friend's Facebook page -- can you ID the font?
I beg your pardon? I am NOT an ignorant person -- I was just pointing out the differences between the typeface in my example and the font being offered. I apologise if I seem to be rude or stuffy, but give me some slack, okay? Don't beat me up just because I said the wrong things. Please -- no more comments outside the task at hand; otherwise, I'll ask the admins to close this thread. Thank you.
Also, the font in my example dates back from the early-1960s, and "Hairspray" was created in 2001.
I disagree -- the suggested font not only is different (note the "w" here and in the Hairspray font), but it has a curvy alignment, while the example here is straight.
Need ID on the type of font used for the title lettering of Werner Muller's album, "Time to Unwind". I believe that the lettering came from a font, due to the uniformity of the "T"s and "n"s.
This came from a YouTube video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dTxiFgzGkSM
. This type of font was never used by CBS (only the person who assembled this video), but was more associated with ABC in the late-1970s.
The fonts used for the titles and credits to "Samantha oups!", similar to this one here. Is is machine? If so, can anyone name this font?
Editado el 08/08/2011 a las 08:09 por azumanga1
This came from the recreation of the closing credits of the CBS soap "Love of Life", ca.1974, from here:
Obviously, the creator used a font that is already available somewhere -- anyone know?
Disagree entirely -- the "f" here is different than the "f" in the example. Most likely an original logo, based on Europe Underground or similar.
Definitely not SNV, as the letters don't match with the examples. As for DIN 1451, the letters look similar, but I withhold judgement, as the example only provides letters.
Not a font -- done by hand (note the "L"s).
I think this is a hand-done logo -- note the subtle differences with the "a"s.
BD Cartoon Shout, which Dafont has.
Editado el 23/05/2011 a las 03:13 por rocamaco
Looks like a general logo and not a font -- note the "a"s.
I say it's basically a Helvetica font.
Editado el 28/04/2011 a las 14:01 por Rodolphe
Looks handmade -- note the "n"s and "e"s.
Is this the logo for "The F Word"?
If so, I don't know if it's a font or done strictly for the logo, as the words "The" and "Word" are in different fonts.
Likely to be handmade -- note the "F"s and "A"s.
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