Greetings Discerning Type Aficionados,
I am currently in the process of pulling together an informal visual presentation to casual type users about fonts, type design and untapped potential. I am wanting to highlight some of the impressive and unexpected things that type designers are doing with OpenType. The more great examples I can show, the better. I'm asking for your assistance to help me track down some of the better examples of what people are doing with OpenType programming beyond the typical glyph replacement (i.e. /f/ + /i/ = /fi ligature/).
Things like complex FF Chartwell, the fun Sans Bullshit Sans, and Symbolset (word replacement with icons).
Please share your favourites and help me show the world the mind-bending things that Type Designers are doing.
(Thanks in advance for your help)