«Back ·

Skillet Font

Skillet font preview Previous: Badgear Font Next: Amberly Font
SkilletDesigner: Emil Bertell
Publisher: Fenotype
Frying pan was developed by Emil Bertell and released by Fenotype. Frying pan consists of 2 designs and household plan choices. The font style is currently # 46 in Hot New Fonts. p >

Skillet is a bold vintage design serif typeface loaded with hedonism and joie de vivre. Skillet has strong character and very smooth functions and self-confidence that springs from within. Skillet comes in 2 weights: Routine and Condensed. Although the difference is little, Regular takes over the space while Condensed provides a more intimate impression.

Skillet features a broad variety of OpenType -functions. Keep Requirement Ligatures on in normal use. Attempt Discretionary Ligatures, Swash, Stylistic or Titling Alternates for custom-made headlines or logos.

Font Family:
· Skillet Regular
· Skillet Condensed Regular

Tags: 60s, 70s, 80s, 1920s, alternates, american, arts and crafts, book, branding, childhood, chubby, comics, contrast, cooper, cosmetics, display, fancy, flamboyant, headline, heavy, holiday, kids, logo, nostalgia, plump, pork, poster, puffy, retro, round, rounded, serif, strong, swash, titling, vintage

Back to the top