Ariel Font is more than a simple sea typeface; it’s a whole sea typography life down below. But this life isn’t dark and scary, not at all. The bright letters of the colorful alphabet by Yai Salinas, Argentina, resemble cute fishes from ‘The Little Mermaid’ cartoon. They are swimming between the seaweeds and looking like vivid spots in the ocean. It’s impossible not to fall in love with this sweet typeface because it evokes such pleasant feelings and dreams, just like Disney adventures of our favorite mermaid Ariel and her friends.
Mesmerizing Mermaid Font
This mermaid font will strike the right cord of all people who are passionate about the ocean. The colourful alphabet may not be a representation of waves or storms; however, it mesmerizes viewers with its funny and kind of nostalgic charm. Ariel Font awakes an echo in the heart of romantic souls – just like mermaid Ariel resonated with us when we were kids. If you want to arouse these feelings don’t hesitate to dive with the bright letters.
Yai Salinas from Argentina is a graphic designer passionate about typography and geometric so many of her works have a great relationship between these two universes graphics. She graduated from the Faculty of Architecture, Design and Urbanism (FADU) where she is currently teacher of subject Morphology I Wainhaus.
We have more fonts made by hand in our own sea typography ocean. If you are looking for a colorful alphabet font buy fonts like Shell Font, Shells Font or Old Tattoo Font.
How To Explore Deep Waters With Handmade Font
Use the handmade font to refresh everyone’s memory with the powerful ocean beauty. Ariel Font is good for all projects concerning the sea. The sea typeface shall do proud to a TV program about animals living in the water, fishes and subsea plants. The underwater font will also make a fantastic headline for a book cover (how about republishing of Andersen’s fairy-tale‘The Little Mermaid’?) or a movie poster like ‘Finding Nemo’. And of course, you will create a wonderful design concept if you try Ariel Font as a decoration element of a cartoon.
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