Corn Font is a handmade font that one can view as a food typography basis because corn is one of the main crops. Sounds serious, doesn’t it? However, this handcrafted typeface is not about monumental seriousness. Vice versa, the food font is about being positive and playful. The color of yellow alphabet looks so bright like gone summer days. Yes, the hottest season of the year has already passed, but we’ve got the fruitful autumn time that brought us with a reach harvest in the shape of Corn Font.
Taking Corn Font Crop
Corn Font is a handcrafted typeface that we call our food font pride. The yellow alphabet is a set of real corn letters. We gathered all the pieces together (quite a challenging task) in the necessary shape and then took photos. The result is an amazing handmade font that we associate with good breakfasts and that hot corn you can buy in amusement parks.
For those artists who want to try their best at food typography cooking we recommend to look at some other fonts made by hand in our store. Browse and buy fonts like Corn Flakes Font, Popcorn Font or Rye Seeds Font.
How To Grow Creative Projects With Eatable Typeface
The eatable typeface you see will find its own place in the food typography universe without any difficulty. And we can give you a piece of advice about usage of the 3D font. First, you should go in for this yellow alphabet to light your design ideas up. Corn Font looks especially attractive on light, funny and even flirty projects. Secondly, you can turn to this handmade font in all situations concerning food and cooking: after all, corn is one of the most favorite ingredients for cooking in the world. Thirdly, you can pay your attention to the fact that corn is an essential crop. Because of this the corn letters will make a perfect logo for an agricultural company. And finally, you definitely remember what we love to do in the movie theatre besides watching the film itself. You are right: we enjoy eating some popcorn in the process. Maybe, using Corn Font as a decoration for a place, café or a club where all the fans of cinematography can gather and discuss a movie or two will also be a fabulous idea?