This graphic is based on a hand lettered poster by Alexander Rodchenko in 1924, showing Lilya Brik saying in Russian Books (Please) in all branches of knowledge.
Rodchenko is a modern interpretation.
Édité 5 fois. Dernière édition le 05/10/2021 à 09:34 par donshottype
User compressed width [note reverse contrast of horizontal and vertical strokes] and changed jagged horizontal division from jagged to smooth
Could perhaps have been made by modifying Pure Psychedelia by reducing the weight, convert the blobby ends into talons, and applying a grunge effect.
Morning Jackie. Hope Marty enjoys his coffee and reconsiders.
I cut away the distracting shadow and got this:
If the tail on _Q_ is edited, it seems to look like Twentytwelve Slab bold.
The original Garfield used in the late 19th century.
BTW the HWT Aetna is far better quality than the Archive Garfield.
No free font is close to the lower case but Dick Pape has a free Upper Case that is in the ballpark.
This is a poor quality digital version of Garfield, a late 19th century font as seen in use for an invoice in 1893:
The font is presumably named for US President Garfield, in office for several months in 1881.
I have not seen any clean digital versions.
If we ignore the horizontal lines used as a shading fill and the shadow effect we are left with robust Roman letters which were drawn as a variation of a popular typeface called Aetna, designed by William Page in 1870ca. Many type makers of the late 19th century had their own or similar versions:
James Conner's & Sons: Aetna (1888).
Hamilton: Aetna (or No. 62).
Morgans & Wilcox: Aetna, Doric.
National Printers & Materials: Painter's Roman.
William H. Page: Roman Aetna (1870).
Charles Tubbs: Aetna (or No. 2101).
Hebert Wells: Painter's Roman.
You might want to take a look at one of the digitized variations, HWT Aetna, which is similar but not identical to the Garfield base letters.
Lower case letters _a_, _p_, _o_, and _c_ match Beckett.
_P_ is modified lower case _p_ with custom flourish similar to capital _P_.
_H_ is _l_ mirrored for lhs, _l_ flipped for rhs, plus mirror of flourish used on initial _P_.
Top and bottom spurs pulled out by user.
This seems to be from the 1986 movie poster:
Before the digital era.
Univers, designed in 1957. Regular and/or bold, condensed.
Édité 2 fois. Dernière édition le 17/08/2021 à 10:30 par donshottype
ruukasu_fox a dit
really? is this the source, this photo? does not appear
Mason Alternate, included in Mason, pic by Identifont.
Édité le 14/08/2021 à 08:09 par donshottype
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