Iconic Logos Redrawn Using Comic Sans


Mon, Jan 16th, 2012 12:00 by capnasty NEWS

French design studio Cephalization has recast the logos of McDonald's, Google, NASA, Durex, and many other famous brands in Comic Sans. As FastCoDesign's senior editor Suzanne LaBarre puts it: "the typographic apocalypse is upon us."

Why? Why, why, why? Amoneau admits that Comic Sans is crap. "It's childish, dumb, and wrongly drawn," he tells Co.Design. "But we wanted to show that when a font is well-used, it could be pretty too. Even if it's with Comic Sans."



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