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Typeface help again...

Discussion in 'Font Forum:' started by Russell, Feb 24, 2012.

  1. Russell

    Russell Member

    Hi All,

    Hate to turn this thread into 'help me find this font' but I'm really stuck on this one and it's doing my head in. Totally recognise it but can't place it, thought it may be Sari but it isn't (and before it's mentioned I've checked what the font and had no luck their either). Anyone recognise it?


    As a side I never fail to be amazed at how many companies never get given anything but a crappy jpeg of their logo, hence me scratting around trying to find the typefaces used to give them a vector version.
  2. Russell

    Russell Member

    PS. I think the most distinctive feature is the 'r' if that helps give anything away.
  3. balders

    balders Member


    Looks like maya samuels osf extra light with the r edited, the s and the t are pretty spot on. is always worth a try.

    also, have a look on their website to see if you can download reports or might get lucky that way.
  4. Russell

    Russell Member

    Close but no cookie, Maya has no variance in the strokes widths where as the typeface used does, the t also has slanted apex and the r too different. The type may not be a straight up font but as the main part of the logo was plain old Optima I doubt they would have tinkered with the subline.
  5. Jimlad

    Jimlad Well-Known Member

    If someone could invent an effective font-recognition software they'd make quite a lot of money. Personally I respect anyone that can remember and recognise many fonts. Apart from a few personal favourites it's all just writing to me!
  6. tbwcf

    tbwcf Active Member

    Looks like a light version of Dax to me Russ - will check and email you
  7. Russell

    Russell Member

    Thanks Andy, think your right and it's Dax light Wide. Cheers all!

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