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A Typeface Made From Fried Eggs

A Typeface Made From Fried Eggs
Arts & Culture

Handmade Studio adds this delicious font to their collection of creative typefaces made from everyday objects.

Kyana Gordon
  • 12 september 2013

For designers & sunny side up egg lovers, here’s an appetizing new typeface created by the Estonian based studio, Handmade Font. The ‘Eggs Font’ is described as being made with 1,000 eggs, 10 pans and 1 bottle of oil – taking approximately 3 hours to complete, having caused 5 burned fingers. Ideal for breakfast menus or quirky art/illustration pieces, each egg white is shaped with precision to form every letter of the alphabet, and the yolks are used to represent holes in the letters, ‘A’, ‘B’, ‘D’, ‘O’, ‘P’ , ‘Q’, and ‘R’. The entire ‘Eggs Font’ collection can be purchased for US $70.

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