gilford wrote:He owns a print shop and doesn't know how to identify a font?
Download an app called "WhattheFont" and take a picture of it, it will then search and find the actual font or an alternative.
There is a good chance it will be a paid for font but there will be similar available on the net for free.
Whatthefont doesn't show up any hits that are remotely similar. I asked another friend, who used a more specialized software to determine that it's closest to American Typewriter Condensed, or something like that. However, the letter that differs most between the two fonts is the letter 'K', which is obviously used in 'Dzeko'.
Anyway, to cut a long story short, I think this is now sorted. I managed to find by asking around that the font was created by a company called Sporting ID, and is their intellectual property, and therefore isn't freely available. He's going to contact them and see if they can help him out.
"Ferguson. Žvaka kurac."
(Ferguson. Chewing-gum cock.)
Old man in a bar in rural Bosnia.