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Can someone tell what font was used to write "november"? I really like the look of it but cannot tell the font ...

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Probably best asked on where there are more graphic designers. – Rahul Nov 6 '10 at 17:55
2 is also a very good place for these kind of questions. – TomvB Nov 6 '10 at 23:32
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This is Futura.

Here's a screenshot of the same text in Futura on my computer:

Some of the clues that indicate it's the same font:

  • The perfectly round o
  • The point at the bottom of the v
  • The flat angles at the top and bottom of the b's vertical bar (and other similar vertical bars, like on the n and the r)
  • The perfectly geometric e, and the angle of the e's point
  • The shape of the round part of the b -- it's based on two circles that are slightly offset, so it's narrower toward the left and thicker toward the bottom right
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Using this looks like Futura. Possibly Futura, Futura (BT) or Futura (URW).

Here's a direct link to the font search I performed:

The Identify Result section on the left shows the other two Futura options lower on the list.

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Thanks for sharing, I didn't know this one! – Marius Schulz Nov 7 '10 at 15:24

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