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I want to identify the font used in this image. enter image description here

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I got only this image. I couldn't find out the font used in this image yet –  Hari Krishnan Jan 29 '14 at 15:47
There are a bunch of resources you could try first here: graphicdesign.stackexchange.com/tags/font-identification/info if none of these gives you the answer, then come back and ask, someone might know, but it is always good to show a little effort. –  Benteh Jan 29 '14 at 16:00
What the Font doesn't match this. It's notable that the two Bs are different, even though the two Os are identical (which would suggest that -- if it is a font -- the first B is a capital and the second B is actually b). –  Andrew Leach Jan 29 '14 at 16:10
Would a similar font suit your needs? There are many fonts available in this style –  JohnB Jan 29 '14 at 17:03
There is a free font matching your sample, named "Scott". You may need to manually embolden it a bit: findmyfont.com/index.php/fonts/… It can be also found under the name "JeffreysHand" from WSI-Font font collection but this is a known font-forgery company, so it's better to not use their fonts. –  Fivos Sep 26 '14 at 17:02

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Note that the lettering is "graffiti". This might help narrow the search, but the style is hand-lettering and might actually be done as a one-off without a font. The 'O' are identical but that is easily copied and pasted after scanning.

If you need to reproduce the logo, then try resampling it so there are 2 or 3x the pixels present, and then trace it to vector using illustrator or inkscape etc.

If you are redesigning the logo, look for a suitable facsimile font within the graffiti style. I personally would avoid it for body type and probably sub-heads too: using the font in headers and subheads degrades the "brand" of the logo in my opinion.

If you just like the idea of the font then google "graffiti font"

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