It's cool how the designer used the typography and what the word says to design it. They made the word "toasted" look like toasted bread. Also the surroundings of the typography all fits in to the meaning which is really cool.
Tessa's Comment: I like the neon light feel to this. I don't know if I would have chosen to have the one O contain the other O, though. Makes it look like an olive and not a moon. But I like the neon light feel.
Typography has turned into an art form unto itself, and that means it can take some pretty creative shapes. Becca Clason, a lettering artist from Salt Lake City has taken it to the next level by creating typographic pieces of work with food as her medium.