It's from here:
So probably modified by whoever did the typography for the credits…
What's going on with the 'k's. Is this modified, or an alternative, simplified cut?
i don't know...
i don't think that the logo maker deleted the dot of the 'i' and made she 'p' shorter ..
To be honest, with all the FX applied to the sample, it is possible it's not Moderna, BUT, with all the FX applied, why wouldn't the designer have removed the tittle from the 'i' and truncated the 'p' and the 'l'?
That's the sort of stuff (we) designers do all the time.
Overlay shows Moderna, isn't a bad fit, that's why I haven't marked it as identified, because it's JUST not a bad fit.
This is from around 1902 (according to a quick Google image search) and if you look carefully at the 'e's, 'w's and 'i's has a lot of inconsistencies and is unlikely to be a font.
do a lot of vintage look fonts and may be worth a look for similar, as do these guys.
Edited on May 07, 2013 at 14:58 by pilaster
Baseline shift to the 'S'
Sadly, this is probably hand lettered, as that seems to be Claire's stock and trade.
If you read the description
"Thirsty Script from Yellow Design Studio is a contemporary script conceived as a marriage of elements from vintage signage scripts, Wisdom Script,…"
It's not exact, but is close and it's donationware, so if you are feeling really, really mean, you can type '0' (zero) in the Name your price box.
Looks like a bold extended flavour (but it's very hard to tell with a sample this small)
Respect to fmonpetit:
Edited on May 05, 2013 at 13:18 by drf_
'SPORT AND FITNESS' is too small (for me) to be 100% about, but could be…
Edited on May 04, 2013 at 17:42 by pilaster
only slightly similar (in that it's bones)
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