Are you looking for an appropriate typeface for coffee shops concept?
We want to introduce Pistacho, the new type family of Estudio Calderon that contains 18 fonts to design great illustrations and to be applied, especially, in coffee shops, bakeries, ice-cream shops, candy stores, pastry shops, fruit shops and all those places where food is the center. Pistacho was designed by hand using pencils and markers that let us get a handcrafted and rough texture.
Below, a brief description of each style:
Display: A fresh and modern type, perfect to be used in coffee shops outdoor signs. The logotype of "Central Perk”, the coffee shop of the tv show "Friends” was our inspiration to develop this beautiful font that contains 317 characters and three variables: Display 1, Display 2 and Display 3, each one has specific characteristics that will be an excellent resource for your designs.
Sans: Style that contains 7 fonts that can be mixed to get interesting finishes in your designs, each variable has 363 characters with standard ligatures and stylistic alternatives. You can find this styles as: Sans 1, Sans 2, Sans 3, Sans 4, Sans 5, Sans 6 and Sans 7.
Script: Script 1 and Script 2, two monolineal fonts with a generous spacing that provides contrast and movement, being a suitable complement for the rest of the types of Pistacho family.
Serif: Font with a lot of style and personality, inspired in the interlock alphabets shown in «Photo-Lettering´s One Line Manual of Style». Serif 1, Serif 2, Serif 3 and Serif 4 contain a great number of ligatures that generate nice compositions by combining them. One of the characteristics of this style is the combination of upper case and lower case giving as a result a different touch in each design.
Soft: Humanist type with a rustic texture and geometric forms ideal for long texts and small sizes.
Dingbats: We have designed a package of 244 graphics, illustrations and ornaments that are the perfect complement to combine with each font of this family.
Get Pistacho type family, enjoy using it… and do not forget your cup of coffee.