Wednesday, March 25, 2009

|it's an ugly, ugly, ugly, ugly world|

It can be an ugly {design} world, but you can make a difference using these awesome red flag correction labels from the Design Police!


Don't be bashful... feel free to stick these anywhere necessary. The Design Police Web site states that they "do not condone vandalism or criminal damage." But if you see Comic Sans somewhere... well, you know what to do.

-J. Gibb

P.S. :-O>>> Thanks be to Mitch Allen, my one—and so far, only—follower for this find.

5 comments:

Ransone said...

umm...i'm not quite sure what to make of this. i have no knowledge of fonts or what constitutes a beautiful font. all i know is that you have some random pictures with technical jargon that goes way over my head. and you should take of the requirement of a captca or however you spell it for leaving a comment

Eric said...

Please ignore my brother. Your blog is witty, focused, and readable. Most typography goes way over my head as well but there's nothing here a quick Google search couldn't illuminate. Anyone who cannot be bothered to double-check the spelling of "captcha" (while already on teh internets) cannot be expected to appreciate the merits of kerning. Post more please........

Christopher Daum said...

Hey... I happen to enjoy Comic Sans, It will always hold a special place in my heart for making my papers just long enough when Times New Roman just wouldn't do.

J. Gibb said...

Silly Chris. If you want longer papers, making the tracking (spacing between letters) a tiny bit larger, and perhaps make the font a half size larger. But you didn't hear that from me... ;-D

Ransone said...

He bashes on my spelling when he has a mistake in his as well... and I didn't know that Internet could be pluralized while simultaneously losing its status as a proper noun...