Chilli Font by Ivan Datskov, Russia, is a good reminder that you shouldn’t be afraid of tasting designs with a hot pepper font as its lead. Come on, cinnamon rolls are cute, nobody denies that, but food typography needs some heat and saucy concepts. Why not to try a new edgy dish with a creative typeface as the main ingredient?
Red Typeface That Burns in Your Mouth
Chilies are small but they are hot, and this red typeface will make you burn while working on your future masterstroke. Sure, that sounds a bit scary. However, there is no need to panic and search for a glass of water because the acrid taste of this pepper font will evoke your inner gastronome. Besides, did you know that chili peppers are very good for human health? No? But this is true. Now think about it and imagine the chili typeface healing your food typography wounds. Does it feel better now? Nice to hear. So, would you like some edgy font for your design meal?
For all the fans of Datskov’s creativity we have a pleasant surprise: you can buy fonts of this designer in our store. Please, browse and download fonts like Yellow Bananas Font, Toxic Font or Red Velvet Font.
Do you want to see more examples of food typography? Maybe, you’d like to find a spicy font? Search for an intense typeface among fonts made by hand like Ketchup Font, Tomato Red Font or Onions Font.
How To Burn With Intense Typeface
An intense typeface is an essential part of a hot project. Perhaps, Chilli Font will decorate a headline for a trendy cooking font or you can take another path. For example, it is possible to use the edgy font for some sexy stuff or dedicate something to Mexico. After all, chili peppers originated from this country and it would be nice to make an incredible Mexican project with this handmade font.
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