Looking for ancient + modern fonts, similar to Piangfaa

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Looking for ancient + modern fonts, similar to Piangfaa
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Hello,

I've spent many hours trying to find an appropriate font style for a logo / brand name that will go on an olive oil bottle. The intended brand was going to be "pithari" and when I found "piangfaa thin" I was so happy to see how well it worked and how nicely it conveyed culture, hand-craft, ancient times AND minimalism.

Then the brand changed into "olaa" and because of the repetitive "a" it doesn't work as well, it looks a little too industrial. I haven't been able to find anything that works as well since then. I think I need something that is a bit rougher on the edges, but still clean and minimalist.

If you know of something that might work in this case, I would appreciate any input. Thank you very much!

Aris

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Thanks ricard0! Hmm, these look like interesting options, but I think they need to be a little more hand-written / rough in order to work with "olaa". I appreciate your suggestion though, these fonts are beautiful.

Aris

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Why not draw it by hand?

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Or

Variable

Cocon / Cocon condensed

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Variable looks sweet, thanks timaarts!

You're probably right, this case calls for a custom font style. I appreciate the feedback, thanks once again!

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You are welcome! Good luck and be sure to show us the good work. :-)