Lauren of Elle & Co. – Ribbon

The one and only, energetic Ribbon font is perfection in this ‘Create something original’ print. Hello office inspiration!

create something original

Meet Lauren Hooker, the graphic designer and blogger of Elle & Company, a blogging and design resource for creatives. I stumbled across Lauren on Instagram where she posts the perfect mix of snippets of her life and creative parts of her business. We’re talking snapshots of brand style guides for her clients including font choices (hello!), color palettes and of course, logo creation. So yes, it’s inspiration on inspiration.

I literally have to put all of the goodness she offers through Elle & Company in a bulleted list because there’s that much…and it’s that good.

• Brand and website design
• Design and blogging consultations (you know we love an extra eye to look at our work!)
• ecourses (Illustrator Basics and a Design Your Brand course)
• AND you can subscribe to the Elle & Company library for access to a collection of resources for creatives and bloggers (we’re talking worksheets, templates, planners and office prints like this one below! Thanks for the pic @jillianandolberry)

imagine the possibilities

We are so in love with this happy Ribbon font created by Dan Gneiding (Sending thank you’s across the world wide web Dan!) This fun display font is perfect for anything celebratory—party invitations, office inspiration or anything really because good times are made with this Ribbon font.

I love the rounded “x” and “y” whose form originates from stacked rounded U’s. This type is a little more tall than it is wide, so you can utilize this Ribbon font in a large scale and still get all the words you need to fit on the page. You know we appreciate a “w” that’s more than a reflected “m”, loving the detail! My favorite part about this Ribbon font is that it exudes so much spunk, action and energy through it’s fun ribbon edges.

ribbon font example

It’s got a lot of personality, so use this one wisely and pair it with the perfect complementing font combination. (Pressure’s on!) Oh, and someone make sure you use that ampersand. It’s lovely!

Click below to download through Lost Type Co-Op where you can pay what you want for the font. (Yes, even $0 for a free download!)

Ribbon Download

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