David Airey is an independent brand identity designer working with companies of all sizes since 2005.
Published on March 31st, 2007 Read the 11 comments »
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Was that for real??
This is your April 1st joke right?
LOL! That rocked. :p
hahaha whaaat?! seriously?! Can’t believe that was a real segment!
We should start a petition to get comic sans banned from the internet..
Wonderful! They should show this in logo design classes in school. I love Paul Rand’s logos. And down with Comic Sans!
I was just trawling through your archives and found this post. Very funny.
Thanks for watching everyone. I had a chuckle when I first saw this, and just watched it again thanks to your comment, John.
Hmm – I am glad I can honestly say that I’ve never used Comic Sans in my work (that I can recall…)
Thanks for posting it, David.
The white space in that report is very effective. Stossel’s style is clearly Swiss-minimal and very much Helveticish. Brilliant stuff…
Why doesn’t anyone pick on Tekton, the evil accomplish of Comic Sans?
Keen eye, Doug.
Is it just me? That actually kind of struck a nerve, lol. Of course I actually watched Helvetica the movie. I felt this was condescending. Overly sensitive, maybe.
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