Post # 1
I realize this is a corporate logo, so probably a pricey font, but does anyone know of a good free one that matches reasonably?? Thanks!
Post # 3
@bakerella: You can use an online website like this one to help identify things too!
Post # 4
check out dafont.com I looked through some that were somewhat close, but there are seriously a ton of fonts on there. You’re bound to find something close that you’ll love!!
Post # 5
Ooooh what an awesome website!! Thank you!
Post # 6
I love dafont! I was having trouble with the l’s.
Post # 7
Sometimes in order to make a logotype a designer will use an existing font but change aspects of it, or design a font based on another one. If you can find something close that might be your best bet as the original font could have been altered so that it was unique to the brand. It looks like this is a normal font but the “l” s have probably been altered by a designer – so they wouldn’t exist in an actual font, just in this logo :).