I’ve posted about the packaging of Lily-Flame Scented Tins before here. I attempted to find out which font they use. A friend asked for a candle for Christmas so I got her some. I took photos of the lovely packaging.
A friend of mine mentioned liking a range of candles called Lily-Flame. I really like the design of the packaging. I wanted to try to find out which font is used on the front.
It was really difficult, I couldn’t find the answer! I don’t think the font is available on the internet. How disappointing!
Here are a selection of the closest matches from http://www.whatfontis.com/
Here are a selection of the closest matches from https://www.myfonts.com/
I saw this in the kitchen. I was like wooow that’s bright! I’d never heard of Rude Health before. This packaging must really stand out on the shelf in the supermarket. I like it! The condensed typeface packs a big punch and its well-balanced by the illustration of the smiling mouth.
This was in my inbox today and it reminded me of Lichtenstein’s work.
My original post on Lichtenstein’s work:
I’ve always though Sugarpill Cosmetics had really cool and eye-catching graphic design on their website and packaging. They make really awesome eye shadows but that’s not what I’m going to talk about here.
Here are three more pieces of typography. I find it really eye-catching. As a customer of Sugarpill I think whoever did their branding and packaging did an amazing job. I would love to know how this typography was made. I assume the designer would have used a program like Illustrator and made them from vectors. I also wonder how long it would take to make typography like this.
I think I will ask my tutor if he will show us how to make one of these and then we can make our own one.