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Animography is a type foundry specializing in the combination of motion and typography. They sell a variety of animated typefaces that are geared towards motion designers and video editors. Naturally, each one comes with a nifty promo video showing the typeface in action, like this one for Webster:
Here’s one for Anodine.
This one for Franchise Animated is fun:
The company also produces a video series called “Animography Monthly” which spotlights short works exploring animation and typography. This one, from last summer during the World Cup, is a really lovely mash up of playful typography and illustration.
Lots more at animography.net.+