Vote. A message endorsed by the letters V, O, T, & E.
Our readership is international, so we hope you’ll excuse an entry dedicated to today’s elections in the United States. But we all know that the American President has the power to change the world — for better or worse — so here are some reminders from a few of our most persuasive and compelling communicators. Incidentally, the word “vote” – with its diagonals, straights, and rounds — is a great way to demonstrate a typeface’s character while we push people to the polls. The images below are clickable and embeddable, so feel free to post them on your website or blog today, whether you’re in Jacksonville or Jakarta, because we all have a stake in this election.
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