Designed by Debora Manetti, Francesco Canovaro and Andrea Tartarelli, Salad is a hand display and sans serif font family. This typeface has nineteen styles and was published by Zetafonts.

The island of Fuerteventura is more known for its white sand beaches and windsurf-friendly constant winds than for its typographic marvels. Still, it’s on the walls of a ballroom next to its white-sand beaches that Debora Manetti found the hand-painted letterforms that she took as inspiration for her typeface Sala de Fiestas. The resulting font was a condensed sans serif full of curious details and a jumpy latino vibe that many years after still keeps its freshness and vernacular charme.
Francesco Canovaro took the original typeface as a starting point for a grand tour into signpainter aesthetics, developing a reboot of the original into a new type family: Salad. While being faithful to the original proportions and feeling, Salad provides extreme versatility through its five-weights range, its extended charset and its set of Open Type features including stylistic sets, alternates, positional numerals, small capitals and case sensitive forms.
While the roman family with its italic counterpart provide a good workhorse tool for informal branding, packaging and editorial projects, the interlocking and the inline weights add additional possibilities for display purpouses. This is enriched by the inclusion in the typeface of a set hand-drawn decorative dingbats that further complement the signpainting vibe of the family. All Zetafonts expertise in handmade lettering, typographic design and water sports has been put to test to assure Salad is the best typographical alternative to a a trip to Canary Islands!

Foundry Zetafonts
Fonts 19
Price $39.00
Released 2022
Styles Hand Display, Sans Serif
Designers Debora Manetti, Francesco Canovaro, Andrea Tartarelli


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