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    ideal font for a "wings cookbook" title page

    I have an assignment at school where I have to design twelve title pages for twelve books. one of them is a book on chicken wings called "All Things Wings", and for the strangest reason this is the only one I have no inspiration for... I was thinking maybe a wood type font to convey a sense of "western BBQ" but considering there are so many different flavors and sauces I am feeling like its not the greatest choice.. or am i just being a little bit too critical? anyone have any ideas or thoughts to set me in the right direction? thanks everyone!


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    Quote Originally Posted by anfib20 View Post
    I have an assignment at school where I have to design twelve title pages for twelve books. one of them is a book on chicken wings called "All Things Wings", and for the strangest reason this is the only one I have no inspiration for... I was thinking maybe a wood type font to convey a sense of "western BBQ" but considering there are so many different flavors and sauces I am feeling like its not the greatest choice.. or am i just being a little bit too critical? anyone have any ideas or thoughts to set me in the right direction? thanks everyone!

    Try Motter Corpus... one of my fave all-around title fonts... bold with flavor!

    http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/adobe/itc-motter-corpus/

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    thank you so much! this forum is always helpful!

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    Brix Slab is also good choice.
    http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/hvdfonts/brix-slab/

    Chunk Five is also good, and it's free
    http://www.fontsquirrel.com/fonts/ChunkFive

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    This Font is great for food Projects
    Appetite
    http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/deniserebryakov/appetite/

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    Thirsty Rough might be fun to work with for this type of project
    https://creativemarket.com/YellowDesignStudio/8068-Thirsty-Rough-Complete-Family

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    I think Appetite New is good for you

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    Appetite is nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by aztecaadict View Post
    I think Appetite New is good for you
    Really like that one, thanks!

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    Motter Corpus is great too.

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