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The artist that used it said it is indeed a typeface. He said he typed in his name and took a screenshot. My guess is one of the basic foundries has it or something given you can type whatever you want.
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Sorry, not finding it in any of the major databases. If it is a typeface, it is lkely from a smaller foundry or individual type designer.

CREATOR and the Japanese beneath it are set in FOT-New Rodan Pro EB Regular; perhaps the source of the reverse-contrast type is also non-Western?

Sharing the name of the designer might aid our search (designers tend to have favorite font sources, and other work by him or her may lead us to an ID).
answered by Champ (13.6k points)
Found it on MyFonts! It's Vistr. Just a really intricate reverse contrast display typeface.
I ran your sample through WhatTheFont on and didn't get a match—they evidently haven't updated their database in a while.

Good detective work Noahsam97....