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Ok, this is a horrible drawing I know but looking for font recommendations that might get me close. Basically I am looking for a font that uses 3 stripes to create connecting letters. The letters in this (horrible) drawing are CFR. Any ideas what would get me close?

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While the style you're trying to get across will ultimately need some manual vector manipulation, here are some typefaces to get you started:

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Judging by the style of the font names (and the +web badge) it seems all can be found from Also while you're at it, check the fonts tagged "multi-line" from the same site for more alternatives. – koiyu Jul 12 '11 at 8:47
Did you happen to know these fonts or did you use a font website to search for a font based on a style. If the latter, I'd be interested to know how you went about finding these fonts based on some visual characteristics, as you've got some close matches here! [EDIT @koiyu - you read my mind and beat me to it! thank you] – Roger Attrill Jul 12 '11 at 8:51
@Roger, I looked the fonts up on, just like koiyu said. The fonts I listed are primarily from these two tags: and – imsky Jul 12 '11 at 15:23

For any similar future quest(ion)s, you can let this site recognise most fonts. Really useful tool for any designer and typographer.

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Good advice, but it's already listed in the tag wiki: – Farray Jun 4 '12 at 20:42
ok I didn't know there was such a thing :) – poepje Jun 5 '12 at 0:07

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