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Can anyone identify the font in the graphic below?


Thank you.

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Off the top of my head, it looks like Franklin Gothic.

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It does indeed look like ITC Franklin Gothic Std Heavy but with the top of the "K" modified. – thomasrutter Apr 29 '13 at 1:33
The "K" really looks like the K from Arial Black - have they combined the typefaces? – thomasrutter Apr 29 '13 at 1:55
Arial Black borrowed a lot from Franklin. Could be a character swap or a little lisguided modification. – plainclothes Apr 29 '13 at 4:52

The K is Arial Black =) . And then the tracking to -175 .... or -200 . Must be a value between them I'm sure =]. Good luck.

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It's not Arial's capital R, unless they've done a custom modification to it... – thomasrutter Apr 29 '13 at 1:28
Tell you what though, the K really looks like Arial Black's! Is it possible they've used Franklin Gothic for the RS and Arial Black for the K??? Is that even a good idea?? – thomasrutter Apr 29 '13 at 1:54
I used franklin gothic for the first 2 letters and arial black for the K and it looks pretty good. It didn't even cross my mind that the designer could have used 2 fonts. Thanks everyone for their help. Brilliant – Mike Dempsey Apr 29 '13 at 12:15

You should try the Berthold Akzidenz Grotesk BE Super

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Very very similar, but the S is different. Good call though. – user568458 Apr 29 '13 at 17:32

This is definitely two different typefaces. The 'K' does not fit the overall angles found in the other letters. Not a great idea, but it happens every now and then.

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I down voted because I felt that you didn't really try to answer the question. I think this should be a comment. – Joonas Apr 29 '13 at 8:39

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