According to Wikipedia
(I know you shouldn't believe everything on Wikipedia
) they used American Typewriter...
(for that person who voted as "no"
Kozuka description ([url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Myriad_(typeface)]from wiki[/url]):
Kozuka Gothic is a Japanese typeface, designed as a sans-serif companion to Kozuka Mincho family. The Japanese letters were designed by Masahiko Kozuka and Adobe’s Japanese type design team. The Latin letters in Kozuka Gothic were adapted from Myriad
Sashi, that might be so, but as you already showed us two posts ago, you don't get the same result... (And another thing: don't believe everything Wikipedia says...)
Here you can see the difference:
The red is Myriad and the white is Kozuka, I might have a little mistake with size, that is that they normaly aren't same size... I had to modify the height... I kept the aspect ratios the same.
Edited on Mar 21, 2011 at 16:26 by ITellYa
'LIL' and 'NE' look like Futura EF: http://new.myfonts.com/fonts/ef/futura/ef-bold/
The 'Y' looks like Devil Breeze: http://www.dafont.com/devil-breeze.font?text=LIL+waYne++A
The 'A' could be Devil Breeze mirrored...
The 'W' looks like Avant Garde Gothic Bold: http://www.fontshop.com/fonts/singles/elsnerflake/avant_garde_gothic_bold_alternative_ot/?&sample_text=W&acs_pt=32
(Sorry, this is the best I can give you...)
Edited 2 times. Last edit on Mar 20, 2011 at 18:29 by ITellYa
Maybe this one grunged and filled by hand? The characters match quite good...
Used Avant Garde Bold Alternative, they only squeezed it (small text aswell) and cut off a bit of the M
The 'M' of FOM, filled by hand ITC Avant Garde Alternates Bold
I'm suggesting ultravioleta.
Apart from the 'A', every character differs...
For 'INSPIRED', 'BY', 'CREATIVITY' and 'WALLPAPERS. Myriad Semi Condensed Pro: Bold/SemiBold/Light
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