I spotted this in a recent copy of Wired Magazine. It’s an advert for (of all things) the Zune, making use of stacked, 3D-rendered type. Nowadays, such an effect is quite simple - just see some of the tutorials in PSDTUTS - but looks rather impressive. Massing the type together like this adds to the effect and makes for a pleasing composition. So I nabbed the pages out of the magazine and scanned them in*.
* Which makes it sound oh-so-simple, but when Canon insists on hiding its drivers, obfuscates the filenames of said drivers, provides multiple near-identically labelled files with only a minor difference you can barely spot, and then none of which turn out to work on OS X 10.5 (because really, you should buy a new scanner every two years shouldn’t you?) So you end up paying some dollars to the marvellous VueScan to take the pain away. Why is it that manufacturers’ printer and scanner software is so bad?