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Lilly’s

Contributed by Dave Rowland on Jan 22nd, 2021. Artwork published in .
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    Source: https://lillysfoods.com License: All Rights Reserved.

    Homepage.

    Lilly’s use of Sausage for a plant-based food maker must be the opposite of an LTypI. The highly saturated colours are a break from the norm in this market place, but really work, complementing the vibrant hues of the food photography.

    In addition to Sausage, the website uses a range of other fonts, including Roc Grotesk (body copy, plus a Wide weight for the top menu) and Cooper Black (footer menu, among other places).

    The Lilly’s logo is based on the caps of Sausage, with increased letterspacing and a raised apostrophe.
    Source: https://lillysfoods.com License: All Rights Reserved.

    The Lilly’s logo is based on the caps of Sausage, with increased letterspacing and a raised apostrophe.

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    The newsletter overlay combines “subscribe” in Sausage with a second call to action in . The text here is rendered in , with UI elements labeled in . In the background, all-caps Cooper Black for the footer menu.
    Source: https://lillysfoods.com License: All Rights Reserved.

    The newsletter overlay combines “subscribe” in Sausage with a second call to action in Monotalic. The text here is rendered in Catalpa, with UI elements labeled in Bicyclette. In the background, all-caps Cooper Black for the footer menu.

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    • Sausage
    • Roc Grotesk
    • Cooper Black
    • Catalpa
    • Monotalic
    • Bicyclette

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