It's hard to pick up one !
For now, i'm using A LOT of Gotham
. Because it's a modern font, but with a strict and classical look too.
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Looks like Old English, but the J is different
the fontsquirrel thing is typically what can be called a "web2.0" app. It's an online generating tool.
In the fonts quoted by unqbogan, it's only a question of style (like these logos : http://fr.techcrunch.com/2007/08/21/5000-logos-web20-en-5-min/
Or avant garde + arriere garde ?
it looks hand drawn. Look at the N and the I, they are different.
@kat : web2.0 fonts mean fonts that have the look & feel of the web2.0 trends
more explantion on what is "web2.0" : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web2.0
nothing to deal with css embedding
Found 2 other one. The N is more similar but the rest of the font is more angular
Edited on Sep 23, 2010 at 13:27 by vinz
Font Dinner is doing such fonts : http://www.fontdiner.com/main.html
Permanent Waves Expanded can do the trick
Don't think it's this one!
yes it is
Have a look to the read me file generally included with each font. In any case, contact the author to be sure.
Which font is it ?
Find an approachin one (l & e are slightly different) :
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