It looks very handwritten - a good pointer is that the same letters do not have the exact same shape (though you cannot use that as a rule).
Try searching the site for handwritten fonts to find something that matches (though it's going to be difficult finding many with that particular style of lowercase "g"
I found some that resemble slightly:
It's pretty close, but not the same
It looks very handwritten. It is semi-transparent some places and has blurry edges - unless these are effects added afterwards, it cannot really be a font in the traditional sense.
I used this for reference:
It looks like a customized version of CA Texteron Heavy. The "i", "t" and "n" are somewhat different, but the "M" and "u" are almost exactly the same (apart from the "hollow" effect obviously). Overall the serifs have been rounded a bit.
Edited on Aug 16, 2011 at 23:15 by aajohan
It's actually Klavika.
The capital "G" is definately not..
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