An essay on Comic Sans

bojev's picture

If you have not seen this you should - it is woth a chuckle or two:

http://www.mcsweeneys.net/articles/im-comic-sans-asshole

Té Rowan's picture

That it is.

quadibloc's picture

The problem with Comic Sans is not that it is not Helvetica, Times Roman, or Garamond, et cetera. The problem is that its application range as an informal handprinted type is also very limited; it's not even an acceptable comic word balloon typeface, for example.

So, Comic Sans, you just go off with Papyrus - and get stuffed.

bojev's picture

And using Papyrus on a menu is how many lost points ?

Té Rowan's picture

Can't really blame CS and Papyrus for going off and glugging down a few Elefants.

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