Yea! After searching for Vogue for several years, I happened upon “Am Sans” at daFont yesterday. Volker Busse digitized the font (using a few characters from Futura). I’m really pleased since I was beginning to think this font had been lost forever. Volker’s font used a few of the special no. 2 characters and, unfortunately, a Futura question mark. I’m really pleased to find this gem!
On closer inspection, Volker did do a really fine job overall. My one serious "beef" is that he elected to go with the more conventional slanted descender 'Q' as opposed to the super-distinctive Vogue 'Q' with the vertical descender.
He's also opted to go with a different 'B' that is less symmetrical than its Vogue equivalent and a slightly less angular curve on the 'g' descender than Vogue; his 'J' and 'e' are also a bit off from Vogue. I'm sure the longer I look the more of these nits I'll see, but in general, it's a very good facsimile of the Vogue I've come to love.
When I get some stick time (literally) composing some text and comparing it to the results I get from Adobe Futura, I'll let you know. In the meantime, visit Dafont.com and get yourself a copy today.
Another sample for you traditionalists: