Re: font matching: can you name this font?
Hi all -
I am trying to discover what font was used in a logo once upon a time. I
don't know what it is because the logo was outlined in Illustrator. The font
info is lost, gone with the designer who did it once upon a time.
So this is a Friday sort of challenge. Are you good at recognising fonts?
Then have a goo and let me know what you think this is:
Replying on list intentionally...
If you have access to a news server or if you are familiar with posting to newsgroups through a Web interface such as Google Groups, post your query on comp.fonts. If you can also access binaries groups, post it on alt.binaries.fonts as well. That's probably going to get you your quickest response.
Meanwhile, try both www.identifont.com and www.whatthefont.com and follow instructions posted there to try identifying it yourself.
These are all good resources for everyone here to know about.
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font matching: can you name this font?: From: Elizabeth O'Shea
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