Experimental typography is apparently what's in right now. Nuria Bringué probably had that in mind when she created these very cool (edible?) characters out of different types of food, in a way to bring typography into the subject that's gonna be tackled. In this case Bringué had to design seven different covers for a book collection about healthy eating and she kept it simple by doing a creative twist on typography work. She carved the letters into different kinds of food, each one representing a different food group: dairy, fruits, vegetables, meat, etc. By using the same font for the different words, she creates a continuity throughout the books, achieving a concise look for the collection. Also, keeping the same font as a base makes the produce pop up, making the textures and colors prevail over type.