Cooking Healthy Dishes With Yummy Typeface
The yummy typeface you see is very healthy because it is totally natural. Our eggs alphabet is a set of real brown eggs from the countryside. So, we helped you to get this unique typeface and now it’s time for some ideas to hatch. For example, Brown Eggs Font can help you to solve a famous dilemma about what came first, chicken or an egg. At least, it may find a clue to it in the food typography sphere. Therefore, the answer will be the following: it wasn’t a chicken and it wasn’t an egg. It was an eggs font! With this brown typeface artists can create lots of cool, non-standard cooking designs. This is a beginning of a new life, isn’t? Then we can say that we answered the question about what came first.
Perhaps, you are searching for inspiration in food typography and want to find a tasty typeface? Look for it among fonts made by hand. Browse and buy fonts like Omelette Font, Eggs Font or Bacon Font.
How To Cook Eggs Alphabet
One of the most obvious ideas of the eggs alphabet usage is to apply it to your design as an Easter font. Eggs are popular and recognizable symbols of this holiday. Brown Eggs Alphabet will also be a brilliant and hilarious choice for a TV-cooking contest, cooking books, diet publications and websites about meals and dishes.
Basic Font Description
Each letter was made through photographing. Each letter comes as a separate PNG file on a transparent background. Each image has the high resolution size of 2700x3000px. This downloadable package contains 55 files. PNG images can be opened and edited with all major image and document layout applications. You can change the color of letters. For this, you need basic skills in using Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, etc.
This font set contains all the elements besides letters, such as figures, punctuation marks and currency symbols.
All letters and glyphs that comprises this font you can see on the preview.
Additional Font Info
Please note: these are NOT keyable fonts (TTF or OTF). They are either raster images or vector files. Each letterform or shape will need to be hand-set and composed.