Typographic artwork is very popular at the moment with all sorts images being created, from maps to movie posters. They look really cool but don’t you just wish that you could do it yourself using any picture you want?
Wordify brings creating these types of graphics to your Mac in a very simple to use app that will convert any image you want into a typographic piece of art. It gives you beautiful results, and actually looks great doing so.
In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting Art Text. The developer describes Art Text as a program for creating high quality textual graphics, headings, logos, icons, web site elements and buttons. You can use the resulting graphic with Apple iWork, iWeb, Microsoft Office, BeLight applications, and various other text edit and web design programs.
Read on for more information and screenshots!
I’m pleased to announce that the three lucky recipients of a Fontcase license are:
- Marcus Keely
- Tyler Johnson
Your license code will be on the way shortly! Thanks to everyone who entered, and we’ll be running another giveaway soon.
It’s competition time again, and today we’re giving away three licenses for Fontcase, a wonderful font management app for OS X. We recently revisited our review of Fontcase to take a look at a few of the new features added in the latest version (including auto-activation and duplicate detection).
Entering the competition is very straight-forward. All you need to do is:
- Post a link to this competition – either on your website, or via Twitter
- Leave a comment, letting me know where you posted the link!
The competition will run for one week, and we’ll announce the winners on the Thursday 15th April. Good luck, and enjoy your weekend!
When we first reviewed Fontcase over a year ago, one of the things we said we’d like to see was auto-activation. If you take a look at the comments on that review, you will see that several readers agreed, and one or two said very plainly that this was a deal-breaker for them. So long as Fontcase, for all its obvious beauty and other great features, didn’t offer auto-activation, they would stick with whatever they were using already.
Well, happy day! Bohemian Coding have recently released a new version of Fontcase, which includes a few important changes and improvements.