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That's Voltage by Laura Worthington.
Oh how I hate that face ... Mistral, King of the Ugly Scripts.
The font is called 400ML and is supposedly designed by Marco Terre The original article for the font is not found: www.okilla.com/521/resource-typography-400ml-type/ So I am not sure of the copyright of the font. However you can view a web archive of the font post.
It is a Geometric Sans Serif Type. The font in the given image looks like Gotham Typeface
There are marker and "sharpie" type fonts, but I agree that the Rio one is probably custom, either scanned or directly drawn as vector art.
There are a bunch of free font-identifiers that you can use to detect font. Crop the section of your image that contains the fonts that you need identify and upload them in one the following sites, it should get you closer to the real font. In most case, stylized fonts are hard to detect, as they could be modified for a cosmetic effect which makes it look ...
If you want to get that exact effect, and ok with spending some time, and familiar with Adobe Illustrator, you might wanna follow the steps here. Or if you're more of an Adobe Photoshop user, you might wanna follow the steps in the article over here.
I found it. In EWD1000 Dijkstra mentions the typewriter he apparently used for the bulk of his manuscripts until he started mostly handwriting them around 1979: By the time I went to the Technological University of Eindhoven —Sept. 1962— I was an expert typist. Asked whether I had any special wishes —in those days new professors were supposed to have ...
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