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Fisix

Contributed by Stephen Coles on May 28th, 2013. Artwork published in 2012.
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“This innovative project was initiated by 4 friends who run marathons together: They couldn’t find a range of cosmetic products that met their needs as sportsmen.” — Mucho

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5 Comments on “Fisix”

  1. P says:
    Nov 15th, 2013  1:53 am
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    this is tiempos not pistilli roman

  2. Nov 15th, 2013  8:32 am
    EditWhat makes you say that? Still looks like Pistilli to me.
  3. Walker Crane says:
    Oct 23rd, 2014  9:50 pm
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    Pretty sure it is exactly Austin Fat by Commercial Type 

    Example

  4. Oct 24th, 2014  8:32 pm
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    I don’t know, Walker. The ‘s’ is not a match. But I acknowledge that Pistilli is just not convincing people here. Not me either. None of these typefaces fit.

  5. Oct 26th, 2014  8:23 pm
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    Walker — Florian Hardwig took another look and proved you right. Austin has been used throughout (not Baskerville) and it’s much more likely that Austin Fat was also used for the logo with some modifications. Thanks for the find!

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