Type Delight by Nina Harcus Looks at Food Writing Typography

 - Feb 14, 2013
References: cargocollective & theloop.au
Nina Harcus put together the Type Delight recipe book featuring a collection of various food writing fonts made out of confectionery treats.

The short recipe book also follows the story of a patisserie chef named Marcelle who experiments with typography in his culinary creations. Words take on a different meaning when carefully constructed out of mouthwatering delights, becoming that much sweeter and more delectable, adding an element of taste along with the visual style.

The words "a life long love affair" become enticingly seductive when written in a swirly font with icing, creating an almost sensory experience to go along with the message. Type Delight is illustrated by food writing typography, combining language with pastries.