Snack bar! We bet that every time one hears this word his first reaction is to smile. It is a place where everybody can relax, get some good food, and socialize. A place where everyone has plenty of choices of how to spend his time, what to eat or drink. A place where everybody will find something fresh and tasty. This is exactly what Snackbar, the new contemporary font family released by Sideshow, aims to achieve. This artistic hand drawn typeface offers very elegant, romantic and feminine appearance that instantly reminds us of the wonders of the fine art of calligraphy. Its gentle look and the fine feelings it evokes make it suitable for wide range of applications such as advertising, invitations, headlines, magazines, sign painting, greeting cards, fashion related items and many more.
One thing that everybody would like to see in a snack bar is a rich menu. In Sideshow’s Snackbar this is the main feature. It comes in three general styles. First is Snackbar Regular which offers a classic handlettered look. Second is Snackbar Wide designed to achieve wider and more complex appearance. And finally, there comes Snackbar Skinny – a narrow version which is suitable wherever more economic approach is needed. And all these three styles are provided in six weights – Regular, Light and Bold with their respective Italics. And just when you think that is all, there comes the sweetest part – Snackbar Linoleum, Snackbar Tidbits and Snackbar Leftovers – very fresh sets of graphical morsels that will successfully complete each project.
Snackbar font family is designed by a very successful duo of designers – David (Squid) Cohen and Stuart Sandler and is published by Sideshow type foundry. It is not the first time these two are working together creating magnificent works. Here are some of their joint projects: Oyster Shore, Impala Script. Also, Stuart Sandler has some wonderful fonts created together with Crystal Kluge (Tart Workshop): Amoretta, Bookeyed Martin, Bookeyed Sadie.
Get Snackbar and enjoy a tasty meal of fonts!
Supported languages: Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish
Designers: Stuart Sandler, David (Squid) Cohen