I mean the font name .Since it is a common font , its name should be simple and easy to remember [/quote:be0b9c7fa2]
I'm afraid that, if you are 'complaining' about the complicated name of this "font", you'll have to learn something about typography and the history of typography to understand that your remark is slightly misplaced.
The type Garamond stems from the early times of printing. A few hundred years back. The Garamond has been the example for many other type designs. Through time more and more faces of the Garamond have developed. Bold faces, oblique faces, extended faces, condensed faces and the combinations of those. Every face, therefore, has its own name/description to distinguish it from the other Garamond faces. These faces are what you call a font. We call it a typeface: the Type and the Face. To us a font is a typeface in a particular size. 8 points, 12 point, 18 points, 36 points and so on.
What you are asking for is us to call a grizzly bear simply a bear. Because that is easier. But where does that leave the brown bear, the ice bear, the ... bear and so on?
So when you ask for a 'font' ID you get a 'typeface' With the full identification. OK?
End of lecture.
1 matchesIt should have been called
due to it being all lowercase.
1 matches[quote]@Ivan Philipov:well, it looks like a Kabel Heavy to me. Although it's modified to fit into that oval share.[/quote]
Close Ivan!! Very close! Everything here shouts KABEL! Except for the S in FITNESS and that one tells us it is the Grizzly.
Also known as Grizzly BT, Bear and Black Bear Bold (CompuWorks). Inventive, those two last names ...
1 matcheshey thanks!! brilliant you are! thanks for the tip... will bear that in mind for the future. Ps... love cats
1 matchesThe logs i have open in illustrator and contain the new and old style word "Audi" i will have a look through my font collection but may take a while , i have 6500 fonts so far so bear wi th me