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I am almost positive the font is Mesquite Std with some text effects probably done in Illustrator. See example:
The font used in "Bodi" and "Balance" look like Bible Script LET Example:
The font is called 'ニューシネマA' ('New Cinema A') by Fontworks Inc. It appears to be in widespread use in the Japanese cinema, anime, and video game industries.
I wish I would have seen this question sooner, I used this font on a project last year. If you're still looking (6 months later), the font is Ondise.
ILM is correct that it’s Avant Garde. More specifically, it’s based on ITC’s version of ITC Avant Garde1. The square dot on the i, the tripartite lowercase k, and the very coiling shape of the s are dead giveaways. However, the f, a, and n have been manually modified to remove the part of the cross stroke that extends beyond the stem on the left side. That ...
Maybe Avante garde??? Now that's going to bug me :)
The "Diff" is probably inspired (and adjusted by hand) by one of the variations of TT COCON - The checker is out of interest - could be easily find as Vito Compressed Bold/Dense Bold/ or multiple others with similar appearance.
The font is Roboto Light. You can find this Google Font at https://www.google.com/fonts/specimen/Roboto
Aha! The serif font in your example is URW Baskerville, a slight variation on the original Baskerville.
You are correct, it is the same as ICBC's logo. It's hard to see, but in the screenshot of their brand guidelines they note that they use Gotham. Your example is using Gotham Bold.
It could very well be Alte Haas Grotesk, which is a slightly rounded-edged version of the pre-Helvetica Swiss grotesques. http://www.dafont.com/alte-haas-grotesk.font http://webfonts.ffonts.net/Alte-Haas-Grotesk-Bold.font
It is the lowercase version of College Bold.
Hi have you tried the Baskerville-Classico? I uploaded it on the font search site 'what the font' and it looks like the standard version :) https://www.myfonts.com/fonts/linotype/baskerville-classico/baskerville-classico/
I think you're right, I think the font above is Snell Roundhand Bold Script Font. You can view this at https://www.myfonts.com/fonts/linotype/snell-roundhand-script/
It looks like Baskerville Classico Roman to me. I used identifont.com and searched by appearance, which is always a good place to start.
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