Fontzilla's tribute to words (authors and lyricists)...

Many of these are older FontPlays and I no longer have the original Photoshop files.
If I didn't specify the font, it's because I haven't had a chance to do a match to figure it out.
Click on the thumbnails to see a larger image.

The photo is one I took during an eclipse. The quote from William Shakespeare is set in Aquiline.

I don't recall the typeface or the source of the core image, but I added the blue feather. If you're familiar with the source of the quote, the book Illusions by Richard Bach, you'll understand its significance.

The first of two versions of the famous poem Road Not Taken.

The second of two versions of the famous poem Road Not Taken.

If memory serves, this was the first FontPlay I ever made.
While most people recognize the Cat Stevens version of Morning Has Broken, it's actually a hymn first published in 1931. The lyrics were written by English author Eleanor Farjeon.

The image is a composite of two stock photos.

This is a tribute to one of my favorite authors who died in 2012, Ray Bradbury. The photo comes from stock.xchng, with some cropping and photo manipulation. The quote from Bradbury is set in ITC American Typewriter.


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