What are the fonts used in these labels? There are three different fonts used here.
The font used on the 1st and 3rd line are the same in all the labels (
NO. 02, NO. 19 & HERB, SEASONINGetc). It’s kind of like a typewriter font.
The font used on the second line is also the same in all labels (
BASIL, SEA SALTetc).
and the font used on the fourth line is the same in all labels (
ALL NATURAL, EXTRA DARK, PURE & NATURAL)
Does anyone know that fonts are these?
https://www.myfonts.com/WhatTheFontisn’t of much help, since these most probably are fonts that aren’t included in their catalogue.
Font used for main product names (
BASIL, SEA SALT) is probably
Old Newspaper Types
The font used for
NO. 02, NO. 19 & HERB, SEASONING and the digits
is probably Telegraphem
Both are available at
The closest match that I could find for those white colored texts
PURE & NATURAL, EXTRA DARK, ALL NATURAL) on black background
shape/patch is Hillman / Hillman MN family at
looks a bit similar but has extra weight and some other differences.
Further, if you want, you can visit
dafont.com and go to
Fancy > Typewriter category and preview all available fonts. There are many similar fonts, if not same. It could be a possibility that many of them are based on the font being used on the bottles. Or maybe the font used on the bottles is a custom variation of some unknown (unknown to me) font family. Two similar I found are
Stichy Times and
Note that PURE & NATURAL and a few other texts have been written using two different fonts for different bottles. For example, the font used for PURE & NATURAL in white color behind dark shape/patch is not Telegraphem.
Make sure you read about their licenses and usage terms & conditions and pricing. You can try at the site to preview them.
Also, in case you’re looking for free fonts, you can search
IM Fell at Google Fonts. You’ll find a few fonts with somewhat similar look and feel.
Note: When you use font finder sites, I would recommended to try more than one site. For example, I couldn’t find these fonts using WhatTheFont. I used FONT IDENTIFIER at
fontsquirrel.com and it worked with a few tries.
Source : Link , Question Author : Norman , Answer Author : Vikas