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Type in context

I was looking on FFFFOUND and found these images of type in context. You don’t have to read the type to realise what it is as it show you what it is by the way it’s presented such as the “FALL” one is falling over and the “ANTS” are a trail of ants. It’s a fun way of making type.5a9171b7e1bde08217847acecaab2d6a741b2f02_m

 

 

 

 

 

 

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These examples of type in context reminds me of my glow stick type face I created at the beginning of year two.G

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