It's cool how the designer used the typography and what the word says to design it. They made the word "toasted" look like toasted bread. Also the surroundings of the typography all fits in to the meaning which is really cool.
If Fonts Wore Mustaches. In the spirit of ‘Movember’, San Franciso-based art director Tor Weeks has created an illustrated guide that explores the personalities of different fonts and the ‘type’ of mustache they would wear.
by Karen Cheng, Associate Professor and the Chair of the Visual Communication Design Program, University of Washington, and author of the book Designing Type An award-winning poster of techniques of Latin type design.
Typomad on Behance "Typomad is Madrid´s typographic celebration, an anual event where talks, exhibitions and typography workshops floods the city of Madrid. This year, the main theme of the event will be “The hidden part of typography”.
The Scrabble Designer Edition by Andrew Clifford Capener. Definitely a novelty Scrabble board. Couldn't used a raised font letter for competition but would make a lovely piece of art for casual games. Love the idea of using a different font.