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Download nowDesigner: Emil Bertell
Publisher: Fenotype
Tomato Ketchup was designed by Emil Bertell and published by Fenotype. Tomato Ketchup contains 1 style. The font is currently #50 in Hot New Fonts. 

Tomato Ketchup is a bold vintage style serif font with a nonchalant charm and sturdy confidence. Tomato Ketchup has a recognizable flavour and a reminiscence of familiar warm nostalgic feeling. Tomato Ketchup is equipped with Contextual, Swash, Stylistic and Titling alternates as well as Discretionary Ligatures and even more extra alternates. All these features can be accessed by OpenType controls or straight from Character or Glyphs window. The font is PUA encoded so you can use the extra glyphs in most graphic design softwares. Contextual Alternates are automatically on and they simply do small changes to prevent certain character collisions. Other features are optional and can be used for bolder design solutions.

Tomato Ketchup is a great typeface for contemporary graphic design with that certain feeling of familiarity. It works well on logos, packaging, restaurant graphics, or any display use, as well as in headlines or shorter texts. Try Tomato ketchup with reduced tracking for tighter word images, or if you want to use it in really small sizes add some tracking.

Font Family: Tomato Ketchup Bold


File Size: 10.88 MB


Tags: 60s, 70s, 80s, 1970s, alternates, american, arts and crafts, book, branding, burger, café, childhood, chop, chubby, cooper, cosmetics, diner, display, fancy, flamboyant, food, headline, heavy, holiday, ketchup, logo, magazine, nostalgia, nostalgic, pizza, plump, pork, poster, puffy, restaurant, retro, round, rounded, serif, swash, titling, vintage

Release date: January 27, 2022

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