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New font created from iPhone light

iPhones have become a staple in many a designer's life. Offering some of the best iPhone apps for designers (opens in new tab), you can find almost anything when it comes to inspiration, help and advice. Here, Australian designer Marcus Byrne (opens in new tab) has opted to use the iPhone in an entirely different way.

Using an iPhone and a Canon 5D camera, Byrne sets his camera to a 3.5-second exposure, then uses his iPhone create letters in the air. It's kind of like a more complicated sparkler affair, if you will. Entitled 'Phone Streak', the light trails generated by the app icons form solid characters that make for an intriguing typeface.

If, like us, you've fallen head over heels for this futuristic font, you'll be pleased to know that you can download Phone Streak absolutely free over on Da Font (opens in new tab).

iphone font

iphone font

iphone font

iphone font

iphone font

iphone font

iphone font

iphone font

[via Design Taxi (opens in new tab)]

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