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I need some fontphiles!

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Which font is being used for the restaurant name? Any ideas? I'm sorry the image is so small, it's the best one I could fine. Apologies if this is not the right SE to ask this on.

Thanks so much!

  • possible duplicate of Determining fonts used – PearsonArtPhoto Feb 3 '11 at 13:53
  • @Pearsonartphoto: Please see Jaips answer. – Hanna Feb 3 '11 at 14:47
  • Image is now missing - and question is a bit meaningless without it. Can you add a URL? – e100 Feb 8 '11 at 19:05
  • The image is still there. And the URL will expire to the image soon as the domain will be migrated and the content will be completely redone. Though, for now, the image is at joyluckfoods.com/assets/images/autogen/a_logocut.jpg --However, I do believe you answered this question successfully, e100. – Hanna Feb 8 '11 at 20:42
  • Odd, it vanished for me temporarily. Would be good to have a URL that won't expire, though – e100 Feb 14 '11 at 12:48
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Adobe Galahad, possibly stretched by a few %.

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Check out the answers to this question and let us know how you get on.

  • Fantastic tool. Unfortunately, I don't believe it's powerful enough for an image of this size, as I did not hit any positives. But I really like this website! – Hanna Feb 3 '11 at 7:14
  • There's more than one resource suggested in the answers to that question. – e100 Feb 4 '11 at 10:25
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looks like the dreaded Papyrus to me.

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    Yeah, that was my first guess as well, however there's a clear difference between the two fonts. – Hanna Feb 3 '11 at 14:51
  • What's so bad about Papyrus? It's not that bad, is it? :) – JFW Feb 16 '11 at 13:50
  • @JFW: I like Papyrus, but it's gotten over-used by people who aren't designers. This menu would be actually be one of the legitimate uses for it. – Lauren-Reinstate-Monica-Ipsum Feb 16 '11 at 13:55
  • @Darth_Vader Even "visual people" like "us graphic designers" know what Papyrus looks like without a screenshot. It's a very standard, widely-known, widely-distributed, widely-used font, and doesn't need a visual any more than Chicago does. – Lauren-Reinstate-Monica-Ipsum Oct 20 '15 at 23:15

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