Summer is, without any doubt, all about good times, tan lines and days at the beach. And since vacations are just around the corner, how about we take a short imaginary trip somewhere tropical? Imagine the chilly breeze, the sparkling sun and the fine, white sand. The crystal clear water and the tall palm-trees. The tropical vibes and the smiling people. If your appetite for a holiday has grown considerably, check our selection of tropical inspired fonts and some cool tips to use them.
Get a Hawaiian vibe with Tangier Black font
Get your outfits ready for holiday! There’s no other font that makes us think about Hawaii than Tangier Black. Its script looking body and its subtle tilt to the right would look astonishingly on a colourful summer top.
Pollen might look nice on a coaster
You know, for that nice bar on the beach, that serves the best Margaritas on the entire island…it’s perfect! Pollen is easy to read, airy and suitable for quick looks. It’s awesome for coasters, menus and all kinds of messages that could be displayed in a bar or in a restaurant. If you don’t come across during your vacation, suggest it to your favourite place on the island. Who knows, maybe they’ll reward you with free Margaritas for your entire stay.
Rumba could easily give you directions
One of our favourite tropical inspired fonts is definitely Rumba. Almost sounding like a dance style, Rumba is friendly looking and seems like it would give us a hand if ever in need. That’s why we find it more than suitable for street signs all around the island. Thumbs up for the dancing moves!
Feel like a native with Bombora
Bombora looks like one of those fonts you could easily use for a hotel or a resort branding. It’s representative for the island’s lifestyle and undoubtedly has the potential of being remembered by many.
Take the Hawaiian vibe back home with Tribeca Regular
How awesome would it be if you could buy souvenirs engraved with Tribeca Regular? A little statue, a small drawing or a vividly coloured painting written in Tribeca is something you definitely need in your souvenir collection.
Looking for font inspiration? Go on Google, write down WhatFontis.com and enjoy your own sea of fonts. You’ll surely find that one cool font that you are looking for!