22 June 2004

Identify a Font

We're always getting queries about fonts - where to find free fonts and how to locate or identify unusual examples. So I was glad to discover Identifont an online sorce that enables you to identify a font by answering a series of simple questions. You can also look up a typeface by its name and see a sample. It's ideal if you want to match an existing typeface, or identify a typeface you've seen in a publication. It includes information about fonts from most of the major type libraries, including Adobe, Agfa-Monotype, Berthold, Bitstream, Elsner+Flake, Font Bureau, FontFont, ITC, Letraset, Linotype, P22, and URW++.

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