Tomato Font was inspired by the famous artwork “Campbell’s Soup Cans” by Andy Warhol. Just like the American artist who created an artwork out of cans with tomato soup, we tried to produce each letter of this handmade font from the shiny ripe tomatoes. Proportional and elegant creative font creates an attention-grabbing aesthetic that smacks of confidence. Try this creative typeface out!
Best Tomato Font For Your Spaghetti Design
Did you know that there are nine million Italian restaurants in the world? To make contribution to their growth we determined to create Tomato Font. Pickle it, smash it, press it – do whatever you want with Tomato Font and it will always look great. Launch your own Italian restaurant with our red alphabet and the God of bruschetta will be kind to you! The dotted font intended use is for designing posters and big headlines, as well as flyers, magazines, and funky packages.
First-Rate Food Typeface Tomato Font
Do you know, that there are approximately 50 Italian restaurants in common European city? Can you imagine how many restaurants like this are in New York, Moscow or Paris… Even if you don’t need Tomato Font right now, you will really want it in the future. Invest in your design career and start praying to the God of bruschetta right now.
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 2000×2500 px. This downloadable package contains 72 files. PNG images can be opened and edited with all major image and document layout applications. You can buy font and change the color of letters in Photoshop, Illustrator or InDesign, which makes it appealing for graphic design professionals and anyone who admires handmade fonts.
This unique typeface contains all the characters besides letters, such as numbers and punctuation marks. On the preview you can see all letters and glyphs that comprise Tomato Font.
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.