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What is the typeface used in this logo?

Asked by flash74686 (478points) May 13th, 2010

I’ve been trying to figure out the name of this typeface for a while now . . . It’s in the logo for my favorite band, and I was trying to figure it out so I could use it for a presentation.

Any ideas?

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lefteh's avatar

Doesn’t look like it’s a font; looks hand-drawn. See how each letter is unique? i.e. the Ms and Es don’t match.

lilikoi's avatar

Two types of T’s, neither match. Hand written?

Jeruba's avatar

The side-by-side lowercase m‘s don’t match either. I agree: hand lettering.

InspecterJones's avatar

Like everyone else said the letters are unique. I’m sure you could find a similar font though, try:

reverie's avatar

I have found this website really useful for font identification before, particularly when you only have a restricted set of letters to look at.

When I’ve used it, it’s almost always been correct, but even if it doesn’t quite get it, the font it recommends is usually extremely close. If this is hand-written, rather than being typed in an actual font, then it should help you pick something close. I hope you find it useful!

whitenoise's avatar

You will likely not find a 100% percent match. Maybe have a look at Party LET. (here) That may come close.

Grtz and happy hunting… :-)

Cat4thCB's avatar

try Revolving Door. everything matches except the t.

dkranzberg's avatar

If you haven’t ever visited this site, and you love experimenting with fonts, or have ever thought of creating a unique font of your own, go here:

DavidMetcalfe's avatar

Font detection from all my toolsets fails. As everyone else is suggesting, it’d be a custom logotype. That’s just legal common sense for the business. It honestly wouldn’t be too hard for you to create something like that if it appeals.

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