You’ve no doubt read articles by plenty of other graphic designers and typographers railing against Comic Sans, but they say a picture paints a thousand words.
Comic sans was designed in the early 90’s to be used in, you guessed it, comics. Despite this specific purpose, it’s regularly used and abused for just about anything, however inappropriate.
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The first subject taught at medical school for prospective doctors? Pretty sure it’s terrible hand writing. My doctor has certainly mastered this.
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A comical lesson in typography: Keming, the result of improper kerning.
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A fantastic modular, typographic bookcase by Saporiti. Be sure to view the full post for additional images.
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There’s more than enough serifs and san-serifs typefaces out there, so how about adding a few good Gothic fonts ( or Ye Olde English if you prefer ) to your typographic collection.
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Sound typographic advice if your business is more serious than a lemonade stand.
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Quite some time ago I posted a brief look into some of the fonts included in Adobe Font Folio 11 collection. Too brief in fact. Included here is a wider sampling; including sans, serif, script and decorative fonts from the type library to whet your typographic whistle.
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A pencil thing Didot, a nice thick Hoefler, or something in between? Which is the typographic moustache for you?
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