Soylent Green Bucket

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Cmdr.Kerner

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Hi guys,
over X-Mas I found the time to create a bucket for Soylent Green. For the labels I found a bit of inspiration here and over a Google search.

Enjoy

Dietrich
 

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Markus

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Hi guys,
over X-Mas I found the time to create a bucket for Soylent Green. For the labels I found a bit of inspiration here and over a Google search.

Enjoy

Dietrich

The fonts look good!
Do you remember which ones you used, for: "NEW!", "delicious", and "soylent green"?
 

Markus

Well-Known Member
New! = Montreal Serial Heavy
delicious = Monotype Baskerville Bold Italic
Soylent Green = Haettenschweiler
A very quick reply to a >1year old thread - thanks a lot!
This was very helpful - I quickly found free fonts for these.
For the "NEW!" on the original can, the Montreal font is a tiny bit off. I decided to go with Futura Press - which is, however, also not perfect.
 

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