I never, in a million years, thought that “fonts” would be a topic of conversation that could fascinate me for hours. As a young girl I never even sort of realized what a gigantic impact fonts have on our everyday lives. Everywhere all the time fonts are a conscious and important selection for things like marketing (that McDonald’s sign you see when crossing the street), reading (what font the NY Times chooses to print its paper and online paper in) and the menu at your favorite restaurant. It turns out, font selection, much like color and visual placement, also have a great impact on the kind of message the customer receives while using a particular products.
If you search the web, fonts are quite a hot topic! There are entire websites, Facebook pages and groups devoted towards hating on certain fonts and loving others. Font developers pour enormous amounts of time into creating the next big font that will hit the web with a bang and be the next big craze everyone is excited to use (can you go anywhere these days without seeing Lobster font everywhere?!?).
After printing thousands upon thousands of koozies, we would like to share with you some of our opinions on various fonts. We’re hoping this helps you in your quest for printing your perfect koozie or at least assists in making the appropriate impact you’re looking for! The font you choose can make or break your design and we’re here to help! We’ll be continuously adding fonts so check back often for more opinions!
Below you will find a sample of each font, it’s name (in the picture square just below the sample) as well as a short description of a good occasion to apply the font (just below the picture).
Copperplate Gothic Bold is a classic font that never goes out of style. A perfect choice for a local business looking to add some promotional materials with stadium cups or koozies.
A little fancy but a little fun, Tempus Sans ITC has just enough flair to take presence in the design but not too much so that it overrides the graphic you include as part of the package.
Looking to add a little fanciness to your event but nothing too over the top? Cardinal Alternate has just the right amount of loops and swirls to give you that something special while still being perfectly legible.
Fantastic as a stand-alone font, choose Andes if you’ll be incorporating a design that’s mostly text. This font takes center stage all the way!
Bringing back memories of writing in the sand, Bruno Book is a fun font that leans just as much as I do when I’ve had my second (or third) beer.
Not quite sure which font it was you chose for your wedding invites? Vivaldi is an elegant, classy font that blends well and matches with other fonts. Understated yet perfectly appropriate.
Got a font your curious about? Not sure which font is right for you and/or your design? Feel free to contact us anytime (phone 518 964 1018 or email firstname.lastname@example.org) and we’d be more than happy to point you in the right direction. Want us to include a font in our list that you don’t see? Leave a comment below and we’ll be sure to publish your comment, respond and include your font in our post!