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For those who have had to find the right font when so many look the same.
sigh .....the JOT :D
why is the hair solid and not text?
J O T
J O T
J O T!
some on Threadless wish you had
entered this in the unofficial
contest called, "The Joy of Text" ( JOT ).
Here's the info
Only to the untrained eye do all these typefaces look the same.
Yeah, but it gets kinda tedious to have to train your friends to 'get' your tshirts.
I think the men should me on the other end of the shirt, so the people are in motion instead of being static (where it's placed now)...
my type of design
lmao, it sounds funny to say them out loud
every typography has its own creation and use as well, in your graphic you have fonts created in totally direrent periods of time, for example, Garamond was made in france in the 1600, (aproximately), and Times New Roman, was created for the New York Times, a couple of ceturies later. My point is, maybe they looks similar, but each one has its only use and time, look at the smalls details.
i like everything about it!!
the thumbnail was weird.
I also think that by distorting the text to fit into molds, you're taking away from the integrity of the font.
It would have been better to use a shap mask instead, probably.
hah, I like this one. I know this situation all too well D:
not very fun to look at.
and very bad placement (i love non-centered designs, but you're just doing it without thinking why, right?)
i dont mind the hair solid, acts as an achor and makes the text kinda look like a suit.
This is an awesome shirt. .. makes me think of the text as a personality type.
Deformed text makes baby Jesus cry. I don't really think those types look alike in any sense other than they are classic serifs. Why not include Trajan?
I suppose that the concept isn't so bad, but the execution makes the typographer inside me cringe.
I thought for a moment this was an advert for the Guardian newspaper
in the uk. Looks too similar. That aside I like it.
this shirt only really works for those who know their fonts.
this is stupid.
if i want to find a font type i'm not going to look down at my shirt.
I am such a font nerd! I love it!
Appended: I think that there being four of them makes it look like its supposed to be the Beatles. I also think there should be like eight of them and that they should be marchin across the center of the chest.
Type nerds unite!