Arbonne Christmas Font

Katherine Daniel's picture

Can anybody identify the font used at the bottom for 'our finest gifts etc' or is it a special Arbonne font?

bowfinpw's picture

I think it is custom lettering, even though those two 's' shapes look very close. The lettering style could be Sudtipos (Koziupa/Paul) or TypeSetit (Rob Leuschke), to name sources that also produce fonts, but of course, many artists could have done the lettering.

- Mike Yanega

bowfinpw's picture

I should also have included Jukebox Fonts (Jason Walcott) at Veer, but looking at fonts from all three, the Sudtipos designs seem more similar.

Lesser known sources perhaps could be Art and Sign (Signfonts), SignDNA, and Letterhead Fonts, all of which use the work of talented lettering artists to produce a collection of fonts.

- Mike Yanega

Fontgrube's picture

I rather tend towards thinking it's a font; i, r and n are quite similar too (the ft is obviously a ligature). Andreas

Jan's picture

I also think it’s a font.
Otherwise this wouldn’t have happened:

CreativeNRG's picture

Nice find Kris!


It looks like the designer murdered the kerning on the letters Jan pointed out. Ouch!

Nick Cooke's picture

Since when has Christmas been known as 'Holiday' in the UK?

I could go into a rant, but can't be bothered.

Nick Cooke

Stephen Rapp's picture

Just caught this. It is my font, but I don't know how or why they butchered the setting. Besides the "ne" colliding, the s was enlarged and the t is floating in the air for no reason.

Hurts to see this!

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