Ink In The Meat

Molly with the letter IFor the Blogging from A to Z Challenge, I’m having Fun with Fonts. Each day I’ll feature a few I like based on either the look of the font or its name. I’ll also pick a font to inspire one of my tweet tales

Like many kids growing up in the 80s, my parents had one of those embossed label makers where you turned the dial to the desired letter and then squeezed to imprint it on the tape. I loved playing with that thing. I stuck labels on everything, especially things that didn’t need labels. And the best part was printing out naughty words and sticking them on deserving siblings. So it’s a nice blast from the past to see the Impact Label font, which replicates the output of this toy, uh, I mean important organizational tool.

Impact Label

I admit the I Love You, Monkey font isn’t particularly exciting, but I thought both the name and the hearts in every letter were very sweet.
I Love You Monkey
And then we have stars in every letter via Independence - a cute, patriotic font.
The next font is one of those where the name and the design work together so well. My first impression was that it was zebra stripes, but when I saw the name was Identify, I realized it was fingerprints. Too cool!
The font inspiring today’s tweet tale is Ink In The Meat – kind of a gross sounding name for such pretty lettering. When I asked my friend Mr. Google about it, he implied that the guy who created it designed it for tattoos, so the name makes more sense.
Ink In The Meat
As I slice off my 4th bite of the delicious coq au vin, I notice a rose tattoo on the skin. “Uh,Hannibal,why would a chicken have a tattoo?”
What do you think of these fonts? Do they inspire any stories in your mind? How Irresistible is Molly with her letter I?