Food font. Crispy, aromatic, tickling your nose, newly-baked bread no, not bread.
Bread package font.
Meat fonts, wine fonts, beer fonts, pizza fonts!
Yes, they all exist, and they all taste different.
Every font has a story behind it.
Food font Example #1:
This font sweeps you off feet with its seductive coffee aroma:
And being swept off feet, you look around and realize that you are excellent somewhere in Austria, just about to taste a Vienna coffee.
How come this happened?
Because this free coffee font is strict, like Vienna architecture, and the font is high reminds you of a door into this cafe, near which you are still lying.
Food font Example #2:
Looking at this font, you feel a sweet juicy taste of a chewing-gum from your childhood, which you craved for when spending your long hours doing homework.
The font is round, curly and playful.
Food font Example #3:
No doubt, your mind has already done the work for you. You recognize the brand which uses this font, although there’s no hint in the text on it.
Simple, elegant, chick. Perfect.
There’s nothing else that a free couture font would need.
There are more factors which impact the perception.
Those are some obvious ones:
And there are some other factors, which are less apparent to you.
Fonts are perceived in context.
However, there are things which depend on us.
The funny thing which you may notice if you try to analyze which exactly font you require for a product - is picturing your typical customers in mind. That requires a very good understanding of your target audience, and this pays off in the end.
So, what would be a typical font for some greasy food?
Imagine your typical customer. Is it a guy who likes beer and is looking for something which would go well with a glass of this beverage? Or is it a family who stopped in a small road restaurant on their way to their vacation destination?
Then your fonts need to have some thick strokes, no design exaggerating.
Your fonts need to remind you of what you sell.
The strokes may remind your customers the melted cheese on pizza, delicious pieces of German sausages, round shape of it may remind them of crispy baked onion rings.
To get inspired on how you could apply these fonts, you may check out WordPress restaurant templates.
Beer fonts remind us of fonts for some fat, but so devilishly appetizing food. If you pay attention, you may notice that brewery templates mostly use fonts like these.
Are you going to create an online store using Magento restaurant templates, for example, and sell bubblegums and candies? Then your typical customer may be a child (even if he’s a grown up, your customer is still just a child. A grownup child deep down inside. Remember the last time you saw and auto-piloted plane; you may have wanted to play it yourself instead of letting this do to your son). The font should look like the product that you are offering. Round, juicy, reminding us of these gummy bears, gums, or stretched fonts representing delicious gummy worms, giant candy necklaces, licorice twists.
The pastry is an art. Pastry represents the whole spirit of cakes, cupcakes, and pies by your mom or grandmother. They used to decorate it with toppings, designing it quite in a sophisticated way. Pastry fonts are kind, welcoming and delicious.
It happens so, that sometimes you may need something unique, bold and daring because your audience is such. Then you may consider using something like this. If you happen to be looking for Asian restaurant WordPress themes, you may also appreciate this type of font. It's quite unusual, and a text written with it will be noticed.
Coffee fonts. Well, that doesn’t even need an explanation. Everything that could look well on a coffee cup would do 🙂
Every font that is related to wine needs to have the most elegant, the most chivalrous and in a way seductive, look. These free wine fonts may help you.
That's it for now, go and fetch some food. I know that after looking at these pictures, you may be starving. Don't forget to save this list of free food fonts for later! 😉