This is another great use of expressive typography. Using the “o” instead of any other letter was the best choice with this word. The “o” in this case gives us the “aw” sound when saying the word “drop” rather than a long o sound like the word “stove”. Great job on this one.

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HIGH TIDE Free Typeface - I love all the shapes and how each letter has a different element making them unique. Would look great over an illustration or as a title font for a magazine. Each letter has a nice diagonal element to it other than the T which i think could look better if the stem was at an angle then a triangle on top like the left of the N.

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It seems I have a thing for liking simple types of fonts. This type puts the word into use by making everything outside of the "focus" circle blurry and everything inside of it super sharp and easy to read. The circle acts as a view finder for cameras as well when you have to line up the center circle to create a crisp image.

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So true. Type by @noeltheartist | #typegang if you would like to be featured | typegang.com | typegang.com #typegang #typography

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Lm: I love how effective this is with such a simple alteration to the letter form and it becomes an image on its ownWord as Image

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Typography Mania. project idea - play with words and design. the word run with feet. the word cross that forms the shape of the cross.

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this designer has effectively created this type to form literal imagery from each phrase
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