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Discussion in 'Design and Graphics' started by nicoska, Jun 29, 2007.
Does anybody know if the attached text is a font or a graphics filter/effects ?
Id say font, seeing as how the letters that are repeated have identical wear on them look at the two Ms or the three As, for example. I couldnt tell you the name of the font in question, though.
thats a font, like said above the letters have the repeated pattern then A and A
is a good example
I performed a serach with myfonts.com but had no luck.
It is a pretty generic-looking grunge font. There are thousands of them, all alike in their "uniqueness". Did you need an exact match for this, or just something with the same flavor?
I need the exact font, but a similar will be apreciate.
Okay then, here is a selection of similar faces.
The 'A' in your sample looks really familiar, but its name eludes me right now :/
[ ed: Also, more similar to Boilerplate. ]
Thanks a lot. I'm check these right now.
Yes, but some are more unique than others.
Ok, finally i call the graphic-guy that made the banner.
He said that the font is "DIN" font family.
So, i searched trough myfont.com but it don't seems "DIN" font
Maybe a graphics effect applied to DIN font ?
Not a simple series of filters, no. It's not that consistent. Notice how the 'B' is distorted, 'A' has an embossed or double-struck effect moving upward, while 'M' has both that upward artifact and a center touching the baseline (which wouldn't be present in 1451). and, 'C' is largely untouched. At least some hand work was done there, either to create a font or just to create enough characters for the image.