Vegetables As Typefaces

16 April 2010

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A Blue Perspective: Vegetables As Typefaces

What would vegetables look like as typefaces?

Vegetables as typefaces

Makes as much sense to me as this one does.

Thanks to Grafisches Büro for the original.

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    clawsout commented on 16 April 2010 @ 09:08

    Ha! But I think the *real* question which is being overlooked here is "What would cheeses look like as persian carpets?"

    PS. I think you're actually spot-on with Arial.

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    Steve L commented on 16 April 2010 @ 09:26

    Sweet - I love Garamond, and eggplant is my favourite food ever. Talk about serendipity.

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    James Moralde commented on 18 April 2010 @ 15:03

    Aphrodite looks cool. It would have been perfect had the vegetable have more flexible and sharper curves.

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    Henk commented on 20 April 2010 @ 04:23

    haha, Gotham bold is my favourite.

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    Webstandard-Blog commented on 28 April 2010 @ 19:13

    As "Aphrodite" I had choosen a rose or an orchid ;o)

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    Manish commented on 30 April 2010 @ 15:28

    oh..wow.. cool post.My favorite is sugar pie.. but the Arial one is funny..

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    Alec, Web Designer in Hertfordshire commented on 3 May 2010 @ 21:57

    Iíve just used Pumpkin on a logo design for a communications company (well close... it was Rockwell or should I say... sprout). Personally I think they should have gone with something similar to carrot.

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    Tasarim commented on 6 May 2010 @ 23:39

    Lol looks cool :) I wonder what Diavlo would look like though ;)

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    Scrabble Cheat commented on 11 May 2010 @ 00:57

    A rottent tomata for the old good arial, tss... ;p

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    Faktura vat commented on 11 May 2010 @ 22:44

    Carrot looks delicious.

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    Web Design commented on 15 May 2010 @ 19:39

    I love Arial, museo and sugar pieis my favourite ..
    Thumbs up! Very nice photos.

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    Tony commented on 20 May 2010 @ 01:42

    Nice. For some reason the potato as Gothic Bold works really well in my mind.

    I think this is better than the dogs as font execution.

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    Adam Cooper commented on 2 June 2010 @ 07:59

    This is great. I re-tweeted it. :)

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    Tyler commented on 7 June 2010 @ 05:22

    Chunkfive and pumpkin go together perfectly!

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    SHOTGUN BLONDE commented on 8 June 2010 @ 01:16

    Hahaha i guess only people in the design world would really understand this. Great post!

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    carolynjoseph commented on 10 June 2010 @ 03:43

    I Love Arial in this weather. Its look very sweet

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