Rush – Counterparts
4 Comments on “Rush – Counterparts”
I’m not certain this is Fairbank (either Chancery or Swash) as the curved strokes connect to stems smoothly, while Fairbank’s stab into the stems.
I believe this is Cartier Italic, which is quite appopriate for Rush, as it is a quintessentially Canadian typeface!
Formidable sleuthing, Stewf! The original Cartier Italic is quite different from Rod McDonald’s digital Cartier Book (2005). Here’s the glyph overview from a specimen by the Mono Lino Typesetting company, courtesy of the Klingspor-Museum:
I agree. This was also part of the Counterparts album art.