If World Famous Logos Came In The Notorious Comic Sans Typeface…
Comic sans, widely considered to be one of the most universally scorned fonts, captures people’s attention but seldom for the best reasons.
For world famous logos that have made their name not only in being easily recognizable but also memorable, things might have turned out much differently had they incorporated the comic sans typeface into their makeup.
In this casual makeover shared through a recent crosspost by Reddit user ‘speckz’ to subreddit ‘/r/typography’, logos belonging to names such as McDonald’s, NASA, Walt Disney, Chanel, Star Wars, and more, get a comic sans makeover.
Surprisingly, Redditors have responded with the feedback that the MTV rendition isn’t wholly detestable. User ‘Soludsnak’ commented, “I actually don’t hate the MTV one. It’s definitely not better, but I can imagine it being a real thing.”
Redditor ‘Icy_The_Future’ responded, “Their indents are in so many styles. Maybe that’s why it feels like it fits.”
Redditor ‘samx3i’ suggested that NASA and Kodak’s were “kind of okay too” though if “you really want to butcher logos, use Papyrus.”
For those keen to seeing more popular logos in comic sans, Redditor ‘clifwith1f’ has highlighted that there’s an entire library for your viewing on the ‘Comic Sans Project’.
See more responses to the makeover below. What do you think? Is the MTV version the best of the lot?
[via Reddit, main images via Tooykrub / Shutterstock.com and Muskoka Stock Photos / Shutterstock.com]