Saturday, August 16, 2008

A nadir in type design

Andrew Sullivan, writing on The Atlantic's Web site, posts an example of bad type design that's almost compelling in its awfulness. Look at it here. It uses drawn heads with beards to form the letters. Hope they don't discover it at the local paper, or we'll be trying to decipher headlines printed in bearded type.

2 comments:

oom-pah-ma said...

Jesus, that's bad!

Sugar Magnolia said...

You know, that's just damn funny! Does anyone think that last one, the "Z", resembles a certain someone???? Sorta looks like a PILOT...