Stephan Wagner is using the Daniel font to show his travels all over the world. It gives his site a cool ‘diary’ feel.
I’m a sucker for books that use Yataghan, and here Pete Mahr has used it to psychotically good effect on his eBook festival. Get it here.
Josh Work loves the Daniel Black font, and he’s included it as a watermark on his wonderful photographs. Head over to his Flickr page
and check them out. But where’s the text? It’s in the lower right-hand corner of every picture. With his keen eye, he’s reduced the opacity until it’s nothing but a whisper, easy to spot if you’re looking for it, but not distracting if you’re not.
Find and download all my fonts on the Page of Fontery
. Thanks to everyone who keeps using them, and if you’ve made something great, let me know and you might see your work here!