I would appreciate if someone could tell me what fonts are used on Kinfolk magazine, more specifically:

  1. Cover Title Font & Secondary Title
  2. The font that is used in the articles within the magazine

I would appreciate if you can saw the sizes of these fonts respectively as well. Thank You.

Note: I have also attached two images, the first one showing the front cover titles, and the second showing the fonts used in the magazine interior.

Front Cover Magazine Interior

closed as off-topic by Vincent Aug 6 '15 at 15:07

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    You can always use this "What The Font" tool to assist you in IDing fonts: myfonts.com/WhatTheFont Just crop those images and upload there; it should help. – Manly Sep 4 '14 at 15:42
  • Note, no one here can determine the actual font sizes from scanned or photographed copies. The scan/photo will alter the size of type in mist instances. Most of the time, a hard copy of a magazine would need to be examined to determine font sizes. – Scott Sep 4 '14 at 16:51
  • The main title is Trajan with what appears to be one of the Franklin Gothic family as the subtitle font. Inside, it's Franklin Gothic (probably; the images are small and indistinct) and American Garamond. – Andrew Leach Sep 5 '14 at 13:58

Subject font size:

Note: I am a little bit afraid answering this, but I think a Type Gauge (or Type Ruler, Typometer) would help you identify the font sizes of your example. There you can read the font size, line spacing and line width. I am working with a Typometer for a couple of years.

You can get one here or here.

Type gauge

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