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Discussion in 'Picture Gallery' started by Michaelgtrusa, Mar 22, 2012.
I like this. http://www.retronaut.co/2012/03/steve-jobs-business-card-1979/
Any idea about the font he used?
For the body it looks kind of something like this... or at least close to it.
Sorry I don't get what you mean. This is just a weird iphone things webpage for me... I was close to report spam when I saw you are 6502a
Look at the typeface in the "weird iphone things"...
I guess that business card have some worth of money, right? How much?
Haha I guess we see different things? When I click the link I see screenshots of iOS with a custom font. The same font I have running on my phone right now.
Yeah probably I looked too fast. Thanks btw
(5 seconds google-search)
Done in Pages.
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-- Patrick Bateman
Motter Tektura. Interestingly, the Apple logo was designed such that the Apple's bite-mark fit snuggly around the letter "a".
That's a pretty business card. It almost makes me wish they had kept that apple font. The rounded text seems familiar (don't they still use it somewhere?) It's almost a hybrid of Myriad Pro and the old serif font they used in the early 2000s. Or is that myriad pro? XD
The logotype is Motter Tektura. The body type is some lighter weight of ITC Avant Garde.
Apple used a custom cut of Garamond for many years, but has used Adobe Myriad for some years now.
If I'm correct the current font is Myriad Apple.
Gotta love font nerds!
I think I like this more.
Haha that's pretty neat! Never seen that before.