Did you have a lovely weekend?
Last week was a very social week for me. Typically, I spent the whole week planning and writing content, like this newsletter, my blog, and planning, but I made many new friends all throughout last week and weekend. Even though I barely got started on what I aimed to do, I am 1000% ok with it. I am so happy and excited about all these new friends : )
If I haven't met you, I would like to get to know you. Let's talk soon~
Also, a special shoutout to Philipp from Creativerly for giving me some feedback about FD. Thank you Philipp~🙏
Now, let’s get to our font friend for today!
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If you take a pleasant stroll in the central business district area of your neighborhood, you might see many restaurants, cafes, and grocery stores using organic brush lettering on their signs or products. (Right now we aren't able to do this walk, but hopefully, soon we can. )
Organic brush lettering has been used throughout history for small businesses, especially in food or dining. Nowadays, we often see these scripts in food packaging, restaurants, and grocery stores. We love brush scripts because they appear effortless and remind us of what we could do when we want to create with very little pressure.
Creativity doesn't wait for that perfect moment. It fashions its perfect moments out of ordinary ones. — Bruce Garrabrandt
Oregano Script is organic looking (it’s named after a plant!) but with some rough edges. You even get a glimpse of the mark left by the paintbrush at the end of its strokes. The shapes of its letters are organic, but the letters feel quicker, rougher than your formal (highly decorative) script like Nathalia. Oregano Script is perfect for your creative brand personalities. It can also work for artisanal food brands or brands with an organic focus.