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i'd like this font a lot but it'll be nice if i can see minuscules of it... at least that's what i think... thank you!!!
is there a chance to contact the author of this font? we have to supose that this font was created by someone, right? =)
btw, minuscules would be really nice
Cette police de caractère est celle du jeux vidéo bioshock. Celle de l'un des jeux les mieux noté au monde...
Is there anyway of contacting the author of this font, I might be interested in buying.
How can I contact the author? Interested in buying.
how can i contact the author?
im interested in buying.
It was used in the movie "XANADU" (circa 1980)
It is also used in Agatha Christie's Poirot Murder on the Orient Express
also used for the Fancy Nancy logo
Paloma Faith used it, but changed some parts of it
Is there an author contact, yet? - I'd like to use - thanks
Well, you might ask Bear McCreary bearmccreary.com, or his web designer, as they seem to be using it, or one almost exactly like this.
Would like to know if I can use this font on my website? I don't sell anything, education only at this time
Has anyone successfully contacted someone about this font? I'd really like to buy it.
I would like to use this font for a logo, the author can reach me at jenkear at hotmail dot com. Thank you!
I would like to use this font for a small-business logo. Please contact me at vbnesbit via gmail with a price. Thanks.
This font is called Andesite Regular and was designed by me in the early 1990s. It was ripped off by someone on a PC shortly thereafter, hence the name being shortened to Andes. This font was completely reworked with additional characters and converted to OpenType format and is now sold commercially for US $15 at www.harristype.com
I would like to use this font for a small-business logo. You can contact me at email@example.com
This font is used as title cards in Sonic 3 & Knuckles for Zone names (1994). This was when I first saw the font.
It is a bummer to see the creator of this font take full credit for the design here and sell it as if it’s his own, when it is clearly a clone of Plaza, a Letraset typeface by Alan Meeks in 1974: https://fontsinuse.com/typefaces/1883/plaza
On Harris’ site he states Andesite is “based on” Plaza, but that’s putting it mildly — the basic shapes are nearly identical. Why sell a replica when the original designer is still alive (http://alanmeeks.com/alphabets.html) and presumably collecting royalties from existing digital versions?
I wrote to Alan and he confirms that Andesite is an unauthorized copy. So what we have here in Andes is a free copy of a knock off. Dafont, could you remove the font download and point to Alan’s site or at least a link to Plaza?
Just in case there is any question about whether Andesite is a copy of Plaza or just a close interpretation, here are the basic character sets of Plaza SH (a licensed digitization from Scangraphic) and Andesite: https://up.stewf.com/Apu9AqyQ
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