Choc banana’s

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Along with the livestock and craft, the easter show presents a visual assault of signage. It’s a stretch to call it typography: but then again, typefaces are used to present words in a particular style and manner, so I guess it is typography in the broader sense. Typography like this is rife on easter show food vans and, as if it isn’t loud enough on its own, it is pretty much always accompanied by loud noise from tinny speakers and strong aromas of the deep-fried or sickly sweet variety. The typeface here is Croissant Regular. As for the claim to real fruit, or the placement of the apostrophe …