Tomato is a new discovery for me, but it was actually produced in 2005 by Canada Type. This curvy display face is actually an expanded digitization of an early 1970s Franklin Photolettering film type called Viola Flare. The complete family features various sets of alternates, swashes and ligatures, allowing for all sorts of design possibilities. Pick it up at You Work for Them or MyFonts.
Images from You Work for Them
Poppin is definitely a favorite brand of mine, so I was excited to see the work Kathryn Brylinsky (who currently works in house fo them) has developed for the brand. One project that stood out in particular, is the Free Stuff page (find the live version here), for which she designed the layout, wrote most of the copy and designed all of the downloadable projects. Check out more of Kathryn’s work right here.
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