As you can see from all these different results it was really difficult to find a match. If your results contain different fonts every time that means you aren’t going to be able to determine which one is the real match. You can’t even whittle it down. I was actually quite surprised how difficult it was. In the end I gave up and uploaded a sample to myfonts.com I was also surprised how quickly they found it for me! Makes me wonder if it’s a human or a computer who replies to you. Tecnotronic told me the font is…
I wanted to check if Tecnotronic’s response was correct. I used typecast.com to test it. I found out the exact font is Crimson Text Normal 400 italic. We got there in the end.
I thought oooo I really like those fonts and the design in general. At a later point, I reloaded the page and the ad was there again but in a different colour:
I clicked on the ad and immediately fell in love with what I saw, see below. This website design is for a company called Create & Cultivate. I love everything about it from the fonts, to the layout, to the menu and the colour scheme. Beautiful! I am inspired to find out which fonts these are and I will post the results in the future.
‘I am 99.9% sure their logo is based on my font Linotype Franosch Medium (2002). The stroke width is identical when you place my font over their logo. All they have done is slightly stretch the characters horizontally to create their logo. The C has been flipped to create their N. The Y, they just gotten rid of the circle and extended the stroke downwards.’ Here is the diagram Max sent me which illustrates his comment:
So what do you think followers? Leave your comments below. A big thank you to Max for his contribution!!
Here I am trying more ideas for the logo. Its going to take quite a few attempts before I get it right. You can always tell when its right because it feels right. That’s how design works. I thought I’d try ideas using this picture from Shutterstock.