Could someone please tell me which fonts are used in 1st and 2nd row of below image?


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  • This is a good site to try to identify fonts. myfonts.com/WhatTheFont Can be really helpful but sometimes it falls flat on its face. – deecemobile Jul 31 '13 at 12:58

The sans-serif font is League Gothic.

Roll that beautiful font footage

Here it's overlaid on the image given:


The tracking is a bit off but it's clear that the glyphs are a match.

As mentioned previously, the other font is Pacifico.

Both are freely available for commercial use on Font Squirrel.

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  • While certainly a close match, they are not an exact match. As evident by the S, the hyphen and the Ps. – Hanna Jul 31 '13 at 13:55
  • @Johannes Looks the same to me! See my updated image. It's possible that they're using Alternate Gothic (on which League Gothic is based), but given that it's paired with Pacifico, a freely available font, I highly doubt it. – Brendan Jul 31 '13 at 14:33
  • Yea, this looks like League Gothic to me. – DA01 Jul 31 '13 at 14:42
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    I stand corrected. :) – Hanna Aug 3 '13 at 0:43

The Black And White Phone FONT is Pacifico The App Close-Up FONT is Equal Sans Demo enter image description here

I am not sure about the Equal Sans Demo font. But its almost same like the one you asked.

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  • It certainly isn't Equal Sans Demo. Look at the S, and the weight. – Andrew Leach Jul 31 '13 at 9:01
  • ya i am not sure of the Equal sans demo. But I am sure that the other one Pacifico is perfectly matching as the one. – Venki Jul 31 '13 at 9:02
  • Not only the S. For every text the weight seems to be low in Equal Sans Demo. May be if you try the same font with Bold, You can get the same one. – Venki Jul 31 '13 at 9:04

Venki has correctly identified the script as Pacifico.

I think the block capitals are Trade Gothic, but I can only find Condensed, not extra-compressed:

Trade Gothic Bold Condensed

Note the flat sides to C and O, the flat terminals on C and the sloping terminals on S, which has a smooth curve. An extra-compressed version would have a rounder bowl on the P.

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