- a room with no draughts (close the windows, turn off the fans)
- a steady hand.
- lots of practice. Try out a few tools to shape your food typography. (We used toothpicks, scalpels and plastic tabs for the BodyMe food supplement logo.)
- Patience. It takes time, so don't rush it.
Typography in logo design is a fine art and when you combine this with creating lettering out of foodstuff – the results can be quite stunning. The practise of creating food lettering is a popular approach in the design industry and can make your designs eye-catching and more shareable to your audience! All you need is: