I am trying to find the font used in this logo:

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I received a png of the logo from the English Language Company, but they do not have a vector version of the font. I am trying to reconstruct the logo for a site.

I have tried WhatTheFont! but got nothing useful.

Any ideas?

  • Is that the highest resolution you have? Commented Feb 15, 2017 at 4:28
  • Yes, sadly, this is the best image they could provide me.
    – Ali Samii
    Commented Feb 15, 2017 at 6:25

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The name of the font is FS Lola Bold Italic.

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  • Ali I think Lola is close but not exact. Look at the u and the y. The source font has more ligatures.
    – Webster
    Commented Feb 16, 2017 at 5:44
  • @Webstarian you are correct. It is close. It may be a custom font. Sadly, the school doesn't have a vector version of their logo, and I have no choice by to try and recreate it as close as possible with the rces have iIn hand. I would do an image trace, but the logo they provided me is so pixelated that it isn't an easy task. Their web site is elc.edu.au/en/home and you can see what I mean.
    – Ali Samii
    Commented Feb 17, 2017 at 20:18
  • Hi Ali, When source graphics aren't available from the client I try a few things before recreating from scratch: ask who the school's publisher is. Who prints their literature, garments and other graphics? Contact those people to see if they have source files. After that I search the web for the logo. A google search for English Language Company brings up their logo as the first result, at 529 pixels wide. This may or may not be used to trace to create a vector version from. I took that image and searched tinyeye, no luck, then put it through google reverse image search which -next comment:
    – Webster
    Commented Feb 17, 2017 at 20:44
  • found several versions, none of them much bigger but some were sharper. This result: payload375.cargocollective.com/1/1/32211/9815844/… may be used to trace, clean up and use as vector.
    – Webster
    Commented Feb 17, 2017 at 20:44

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