Which fonts are this?
I need some help of you can you tell me which fonts are they?
Font 1 : http://www.redkaos.de/0708/zbaut05.jpg (The right writing)
Font 2 http://www.wellcoolstuff.com/Merchant2/graphics/00000001/sneakbros02.jpg (The purple writing)
Font 3 :http://www.freakbrothers.org/assets/images/Schriftzug_-_Freakbrothers_gross.gif
I hope you can help me I serch for it for a long time without succsess
Case #1 - A few days ago, a typeface similar to those used by some football ultras and from the extreme, neofascist rightwing organizations in Italy was uploaded here on Abstract. It's called – in a sparkling demonstration of fantasy – Ultras Liberi. Free the ultras, that is.
Thanks for the help but the football ultras chose an bigger writing. The font Ultras Liberi is to fine do you know an other similar font but bigger?Another question I find an interessting writing can you tell me the name? http://www.coverbrowser.com/image/bestselling-comics-2007/3925-1.jpg You see I'm a big Freak Brothers fan.Did you hear of this comic?It's fantastic!
Nope, it's that. Just bolder. The ultras and the extremists make their banners by painting them. So there's not a proper font. You can work with that font and then enlarging it with Adobe Illustrator or other vectorial applications.
I know The Freak Brothers: truly fantastic stripes. I can't help you with that font either. But you can give a look at some of Rebecca Alaccari's works at http://www.canadatype.com: they've redesigned many 60s and 70s typefaces.
Here ist the original : http://www.ultra-stpauli.com/copper/albums/userpics/_MG_6127.jpg
I can't belive that is the same font!How you can make this font to the font who choose ultras and extremists?
Yes, Felix, we're talking about the same thing. Still, I haven't seen another digital font similar to that script other than Ultras Liberi.
And I am definitely shocked: I get to understand that St. Pauli fans are leftwingers by that red star in the banner and the referral to May Day. Am I wrong? I do not speak German, sorry; I barely can suppose that «nazifrei» means «free of nazis». And, of course, that polizei is police.
No one in Italy would use that font but neo-nazis and such :)
Definitely not the same. Only K and R show some similarity.
Felix, why would you want this rubbish in the first place?
@koeiekat:Definitely not the same. Only K and R show some similarity.
Of course they're not the same. But I understood what Felix was looking for and our examples share the same feeling, inspiration. Maybe one is born from the other.
Nonetheless, from my point of view, yo're right and that is useless rubbish: but I'm not into football or political hooliganism ;^) You can never tell the infinite ways of design.
the font is ever Ultras Liberi, but "bold". Bold is available in 2.0 version.
Maybe you should do something with the LT kerning pair ? And more ...
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