(x) Chocochic logo casual sans w/ script-like details - ITC Coolman {Mike Y}

Ans's picture

Im looking for a font similar the font that spells out 'Chocochic' but that looks MORE Paris style elegant.

Any Ideas ?

! Thanks

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bowfinpw's picture

The font they used is ITC Coolman with the spacing tightened. I don't understand what you mean about "MORE Paris style elegant". Can you explain that?

- Mike Yanega

Scott Leyes's picture

This came up in a search i did a little while ago... client wanted a "chic" (her words) feel, and actually used your example image, but leaned more towards this:

Feel Script from Umbrella (via Veer)
http://www.veer.com/products/typedetail.aspx?image=UMT0000300

Ans's picture

Hey Mike,

I kind of meant a typeface that was similar to ITC Coolman in keeping with the hand written look, but something that
looked slightly more elegant as i felt the 'c' and the 'h' in ITC Coolman looked a little childlike

Thanks

Ans's picture

Thanks Feel Script looks really good !

This is a really good example but i dont know what typeface this is ??? its the Hotel Chocolat logo

Ans's picture

Thanks Feel Script looks really good !

This is a really good example but i dont know what typeface this is ??? its the Hotel Chocolat logo

tamarova's picture

I designed the Chocochic brand and all the packaging and the font I used was called Fabulous 50's. I can't remember if there are other variants within that same font or not. Maybe try Honey Script?

bowfinpw's picture

Tamara, "Fabulous50's" appears to be a rip-off of ITC Coolman, without its kerning. That explains the awkward spacing of letters. That also explains why the Font Author was shown as 'unknown'. Please don't use fonts like that. When you can't find the name of the designer, you should be wary of a rip-off font.

- Mike Yanega

tamarova's picture

Mike, the "Fabulous 50's" font I have has the author name 'Pelle Piano' who says:
"This was my first real attempt to make a working font. It was found on an old record cover that I stumbled over on the Internet. It had only the letters "The Fabulous 50s". The rest was up to my imagination.Some worked out OK some are not that good, like Å.Ä.Ö as you can see."
so perhaps the font you've been looking at is an illegal one eh Mike??

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