Nah ... but maybe syndrome of down under
Looks like someone has been playing with House Industries' HouseGothic AltCaps. Not on houseind.com anymore.
Yep ... down under ... everything upside down.
By the way, the little red fox didn't ask for help ... did it?
Expressive et ExpressaSerial sont un autre police.
True, my wrong, Expressive should have been written Xpressive, without the E.
Nice! I'd never seen that Blippo Bold. So there you are. Thanks.
Édité le 14/02/2014 à 09:33 par koeiekat
The Graphics Claude mentions is one of the many, many, many Brendel Informatik cs copies of an existing digital typeface (1994 Brendel Informatik GmbH). In this case the ... good question, the ... considering that the Brandish is a variation of the Bauhaus. WSI had a variation named Expressive, almost identical to the Crandall 1990, FontBank, and/or the GE Expression, 1999 Graphx Edge. Want more confusion? Have a look at this one: ExpressaSerial, copyright (
) 2002 (?) SoftMaker Software GmbH or if you like, 1998 Elsner+Flake. And this is only the top of the pyramid.
This thing is so abundant in the wild that it is, in fact, open game.
Édité le 12/02/2014 à 22:02 par koeiekat
Looks like a castrated Tempus Sans.
Édité le 12/02/2014 à 10:09 par drf
Not one font. Which one?
The ones that say free. Just straight forward free. What is so difficult about that?
The Kat wonders what "Similar only" might possibly mean. Remember, not all hand-lettering has been cut let alone be digitized.
Similar only. Also have a look at the SpecialAlphabetsP01, the Aubergine and the MKantzley http://www.dafont.com/mkantzley.font?fpp=50&af=on&text=Vogtl%E4ndische+Machinen+Fabrik
Somewhat extended. This one has been digitized by almost everybody
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