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I am a big font enthusiast. These days I am looking for a laptop. Since Retina MacBook Pro has very high pixel density (220/227 ppi) I went to the store to test it.
But to my surprise, the font looked somehow unnatural, strange, too sterile, maybe even too sharp and not so pleasant to read. Of course looking at the words and characters, the curves were perfectly displayed. Like on a paper. Hardly a pixel was found (unless looking very near display).
Then I started to search about that and found these thoughts:
"It needs organic noise, otherwise it all looks like dead plastic"
"Sharpness of type is being celebrated. But that’s not a quality in itself. Just looks cold. Type needs a certain amount of fuzziness. Warmth"
Hi, I'm looking for great fonts for a health, organic foods and juicing blog. Could you recommend some great fonts to use for organic food type that has the organic handmade look to it?
We will be doing different organic raw food recipes and juicing recipes and will be using different fonts to design on food photos. Some fonts I like to give direction are:
Bamboo Brisk Regular
I'm open to any suggestions and I appreciate everyone's support.
Hi, I'm looking for the name of this font. Any help is appreciated. Also, if there are any other organic handwritten fonts you would recommend for food packaging, organic food, vegan food, etc would be greatly appreciated.
Hi, I'm looking for the name of this font. Any help is appreciated.
Hi I'm looking for the name of the attached font and any recommended fonts for organic whole foods identity and typeface. We're going for a hand-draw organic feeling.
I appreciate all your help. -Chris
The multi-disciplinary design studio, Kapitza will be joining us at St Bride to talk about their working processes and inspirations. They will discuss their profound fascination with fonts and where ideas for these are found and how they are subsequently pursued, developed and refined. Their extensive Geometric and Organic collections, for example, have been realised as published books that illustrate and explore the diversity of the font collection.
They will also share with us their experiences of the ins and outs of self-publishing, the creation of pattern fonts, how to start a font foundry, designing an app, book design and working with a worldwide audience.
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I am considering using Optima as the typeface for an organic cosmetic company. The basic attributes I am after are: Beauty, Nature, Friendliness, Elegance. In a nut shell I am after "natural beauty".
What do you think about using Optima as the typeface for this logo? Also, are you even permitted to use Optima for logos using a regular license.
Hey I am looking for an indigenous peoples inspired font. I don't know much about typography terminology, but these are the closest fonts i have found to what i am looking for:
i kinda want it to be somewhere in between blackletter and this:
Mestizo cafe font http://media.merchantcircle.com/30013400/mestizo_final_color_medium.jpeg
less blocky/hippy than this: http://darkvotum.wordpress.com/2010/09/28/zoot-chicano-font-mexican-amer...
any help would be awesome.
I'm designing labels for a line of soaps. One woman makes the soap, uses a lot of organic and natural ingredients. She was using clip art before this. I'm doing this freelance and I've really only had a couple design jobs before, so feel free to tear it apart. Just looking for a general critique. Thanks:
Sorry about the fuzziness of this. Can anyone ID the font in this logo?
Here's a font I've seen before and probably even have on my hd, but i can't figure out what it is. Any ideas? It's all about the "g".
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