The purpose of this blog is to identify typefaces used on vintage printed material.
Alternate Gothic No. 2 designed by Morris Fuller Benton in 1903.
Eurostile Extended Black designed by Aldo Novarese in 1962.Image via Project Thirty-Three
Latin Wide designed in 1940.Image via Project Thirty-Three
Aurora Grotesk by C.E. Weber in 1912The digitized version of this typeface is called Annonce.Image via Draplin
Venus Bold Extended designed by Robert Wiebking in 1924. Image via Project Thirty-Three
Close to Lubalin Graph Bold. Designed by Herb Lubalin in 1974.Image via Draplin
STEREO 35/MM: Close to Block Gothic Extra Bold Condensed.ENOCH LIGHT/CARNEGIE HALL: Bodoni Narrow Medium. Bodoni designed by Giambattista Bodoni in 1798.Irving Berlin: Onyx Regular designed by Gerry Powell in 1937Image via Project Thirty-Three
Craw Modern Bold designed by Freeman Craw.Purchase fontImage via Project Thirty-Three
Franklin Wide Regular designed by Dennis Ortiz-Lopez.Purchase fontImage via Project Thirty-Three
Jefferson Gothic by American typeface designer Sol Hessin 1916.Purchase fontImage via Aqua Velvet
Futura Display designed by Paul RennerReleased in 1932 Purchase fontAlbum covers via Project Thirty-Three
Vignelli theme by Robbie Manson