The Sucrose Typeface Lets Users Choose the Fade Level of Each Letter

By: Charlotte Joyce Kidd - Sep 11, 2015
References: myfonts & creativebloq
This faded paint font -- named Sucrose after its granulated texture -- lets users choose from one of eight texture options to customize the unique typeface.

Sucrose's square and soft-cornered letters are already visually pleasing as a simple typeface but the faded paint font's creators added another layer of appeal to the original typeface. Sucrose can be customized to one of eight levels of fade so that it appears to be anything from an extremely worn, hand-lettered store awning to a newly painted cafe chalkboard. Anyone trying to create a vintage look for promotional materials will be a huge fan of the Sucrose typeface, created by Yellow Design Studio.

Designers around the web create scores of beautiful typefaces each day that can be downloaded either for free or for a low price. A unique type -- like this faded paint font -- is the perfect way to make a post or document stand out.