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What do you think of this its not quite the same but its pretty darn close. – RyanCosans Mar 25 '14 at 18:10
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Let' look at this picture -

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The letters "u", "o","r","c","e" and "a" are close to the font in question (we should point out they all have unusual design), thus we may assume that the designer could use this font as a base, but changed the letters according to his taste...


From here

PS I was asked about some "prominent" feature of the font, thus I add here the font from which the idea was probably taken (look at "C" letter endings), also look at capital "T" letter which upper part matches exactly to "t" in the logo and lower part was mirrored...

PlatformOne Black

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Very close, but a defining feature of the typeface is the "half-round" end caps. The landing page has a pretty good clue for further research: "Designers Republic" (a design studio/aesthetic school). I expect the "K" is custom. Google also: "Wipeout computer game" – horatio Mar 25 '14 at 21:12
@horatio I've added the probable source of half-round end caps.... – Ilan Mar 25 '14 at 21:17
Yeah it could be a combination of the above. – RyanCosans Mar 26 '14 at 9:53

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