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what is this font


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i have seen it, but i can't think of the name of it for the life of me.

can anybody give me an idea of what this is?

like i said it is on the tip of my tonuge, but arggghhhhh


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revue!! revue!!,

thats it!!! thats it!!!

my mind couldn't get the name

thanks so much for your help

Fred Weiss

Merchant Member
The original design was named Revue. All the others are renamed unauthorized copies.

Typeface notes:

Inspired by posters of the early 1900s, Revue was designed for Letraset in 1968 by Colin Brignall. Revue is a sans serif design characterized by heavy bow-shaped letterforms, strokes that are clipped off at the ends of some capitals, for example the F and H, and an irregular baseline. Revue is a fine choice for display work such as posters, advertising, and billboards.

  • Colin Brignall
Revue is a trademark of Esselte Pendaflex Corporation in the U.S.A., of Letraset Canada Ltd. in Canada and of Esselte Letraset Ltd. elsewhere.