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  • Typography in Water
    by YouWorkForThem
  • We at YouWorkForThem decided it was time to take a break for a few days on posting new fonts and have fun with them for once. We choose five of our most popular fonts and decided to see how they worked when added to water. The final result was quite interesting to say the least. We have also provided iPhone4 and iPad wallpapers that you can use to spice up your device's appearance. 

     
  • Agostina

    Agostina is a unique typeface in many ways. The obvious being that is is a Sans-Serif typeface that contains both beginning caps and ending lowercase swash letters. This instantly gives endless typographic possibilities to the user. Agostina takes advantage of the OpenType font format that opens further exploration with a full latin and limited alternate characters as well. With almost 300 characters, Agostina is a workhorse and a must own typeface.
  • Black Slabbath

    The heaviest typeface in the world, Black Slabbath. There's only one thing about this new typeface that isn’t colossally black: the razor-thin white space. It slices through and between geometric characters, creating a juxtaposition of contrasts and rhythms.
  • Gavin

    Gavin began as a hand-drawn exploration of George Bruce's Seven-Line Pica, and then evolved into the Jekyll and Hyde of all handset creations. This handset collection contains a huge amount of letter designs, with each letter originally drawn by hand. Great for setting strong and sometimes quirky headers for magazines, books and websites, Gavin is one of our most intense and diverse handset collections to date. Available in two styles, the regular style contains 407 letters and the alternate style another 430 letters.
  • STRIKE

    A hand-set typeface that looks as fresh as if you just put your can back into your bag. These letters are so detailed that we could not make it a typeface, we tried and it virtually blew up the font application. This set contains alternates so your letters don't get so stale looking. Try flipping letters around and mirroring them for added flavor.
  • P22 Constructivist

    Font mavens of the world unite! These six Constructivist typefaces recreate the bold graphic design of early Soviet Era Russian Artists such as Rodchenko and Popova. Seize control of the means of desktop production with this revolutionary font collective! Now includes 52 Constructivist Extras.
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