My colleagues at work and me are wondering, if we're allowed to take the Riesling font for commercial use.
I'm working at an ad agency and one of our clients want's to have a logo created from this font for his night club.
I've already asked google for help, but all I could find was a forum entry saying the font's license "got lost and is
now free to use for everybody... on ones own risk" - so, apparently nobody knows, if it's free for commercial use or not.
Does anyone have an idea about the actual license, or whom to contact about this problem?
Thanks in advance and sorry for my bad english
Bright Ideas has gone to the Great Foundry in the Sky ... alas.
Perhaps I've find a lead.
I've loocked all the font of Bright Ideas" and one of this has in the copyright the term "Magazine" : http://www.dafont.com/fr/windsong.font
With a Yahoo, I've find this site : http://www.dwell.com/products/
One of it's product is a book of typography with Aaron Britt (close Bright) as author .
Perhaps it's coincidences, perhaps it's a link...
sorry for my bad english
No problem : the most contributor of this forum are not english or american.
Edited on Mar 11, 2011 at 16:31 by Menhir
Also Bright Ideas Magazine is no more again, alas ...
does this mean that you cant get the licencing to embed the font or what.
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