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Challenge - Identify the font

Ian182 Avatar
5y, 10m agoPosted 5 years, 10 months ago
Hi all,

I am creating a website and saw this font today which I really like. However, don't know what it is called. Have tried a font identifier online but didn't help. If anyone can work it out, that would be AMAZING!!

Thanks!
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5y, 10m agoPosted 5 years, 10 months ago
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#1
Example text?
#2
http://i598.photobucket.com/albums/tt65/ianhawk182/font.jpg
#3
meandog101
Example text?


Sorry, was just uploading it!
#4
It's not times San serif is it?

Edited By: skellysgirl on Mar 21, 2011 16:28
#5
Register your interest and pose it as a first question.
#6
FrootCake
Register your interest and pose it as a first question.


I have, but he isn't answering questions just yet.
#7
skellysgirl
It's not times San serif is it?


Nope. Close but it's not right, as Roy Walker would say.

Times San Serif Font

Edited By: Ian182 on Mar 21, 2011 16:33
#8
Tbh I have not seen much similar to TSS out there, certainly not free anyway, that's why I thought it was that as it's pretty distinctive
#9
Irritatingly familiar. Wish you'd asked earlier in the day, I was about to leave the office :p
#10
MBeeching
Irritatingly familiar. Wish you'd asked earlier in the day, I was about to leave the office :p


Haha, sorry!! I know, I'm the same. Really recognise it but can't for the life of me work out what it is!
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Ian182
MBeeching
Irritatingly familiar. Wish you'd asked earlier in the day, I was about to leave the office :p


Haha, sorry!! I know, I'm the same. Really recognise it but can't for the life of me work out what it is!


It isn't Fritz Quadrata is it? Possibly vertically distorted slightly.

http://img192.imageshack.us/img192/1149/fritz.png

Edited By: MBeeching on Mar 21, 2011 18:19
#12
It does look like it, I like the face and the d looks rounder and is higher. But the t on the fritz look thinner, but if it is that it is distorted, the fritz is geometric, the sample isn't, it's tough as it's quite pixulated, makes it hard to identify features. it's some sort of roman sans hybrid

Edited By: skellysgirl on Mar 22, 2011 09:20
#13
It's very similar but the apostrophe isn't the same. If the original was vertically distorted, the apostrophe would be even thinner than the Frtiz one.
#14
skellysgirl
It's not times San serif is it?


Its has serifs (the small marks at the ends of straight lines), so its not going to be any sans-serif font (literally meaning without serifs!)
#15
I am aware of that, I am trained as a graphic designer andtypography is my passion, In particular type classification and grouping. Times San serif is a hybrid of the two categories. It feature both sans and serif features. Times san serif is a face available on defont..have a look its an interesting combination, i havent seen the Fritz quadrata, but it seems just as nice, i will be investigating, i love the TSS but it has no family.


jah128
skellysgirl
It's not times San serif is it?


Its has serifs (the small marks at the ends of straight lines), so its not going to be any sans-serif font (literally meaning without serifs!)



Edited By: skellysgirl on Mar 22, 2011 16:15: add a bit
#16
skellysgirl
I am aware of that, I am trained as a graphic designer andtypography is my passion, In particular type classification and grouping. Times San serif is a hybrid of the two categories. It feature both sans and serif features. Times san serif is a face available on defont..have a look its an interesting combination, i havent seen the Fritz quadrata, but it seems just as nice, i will be investigating, i love the TSS but it has no family.


Sorry, but you trained at yet you talked such nonsense?

Where is this mythical "Times San Serif" font? Times Sans-Serif means exactly what it says, "Sans Serif" meaning no serifs. If you really did train as a designer and typography really is your passion, I suggest you ask for a refund.

The font you link to above clearly doesn't have serifs (it isn't a hybrid at all) and the font in the original post clearly does.

Edited By: jah128 on Mar 23, 2011 14:15

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