There is no mention of an official Superman emblem font, although some fans have created their own, including the Kryptonian and Smallville "fonts" available from Superman Homepage. In any case, the emblem has changed significantly through the years since its conception in 1938.Know More
For example, the 2013 Superman emblem for the movie, "Man of Steel," features a highly stylized red "S" with a large and sharp upper serif, and an almost non-existent lower one. This figure is surmounted by a shield-shape border. By comparison, the first Superman emblem consisted of a basic sans-serif red "S" inside a yellow police badge shape.
The emblem in the comics became largely standardized between 1944 and 1996, with a straight upper serif and a rounded lower one, prior to Alex Ross's "Kingdom Come" story, which used a red on black and very heavily stylized zig-zag "S."Learn more about Graphic Design
The typeface used for the title of "The Great Gatsby" is a custom font designed specifically for use in the movie's promotional materials called Deco Pinstripe. Deco Pinstripe is the work of an Australian design firm, Like Minded Studio.Full Answer >
Both of the popular NASA logos do not have an associated font name. This is because NASA has always had its logos designed specifically for the organization rather than using a commercially available font.Full Answer >
Titleist uses a custom typeface for its font, and the company hasn't released a name for it. In addition, the letter T looks different in the middle and at the end of the logo, which gives the logo a hand-drawn look but makes the typeface impossible to release.Full Answer >
Font size is measured from small to large through a point size system that is universally recognized by all computers and word processing programs. According to Computer Hope, "A font is typically measured in a point (pt) size, which is the vertical measurement of the lettering. There are approximately 72 (72.272) points in one inch or 2.54 cm."Full Answer >