Museum of Contemporary Art in North Miami’s website in Comic Sans? It’s true. Read the article here. Thanks for the heads up, Josh!
i love comic sans. it is my favorite font for non-official documentation… it is so easy to read. no serifs… ahhh
my second favorite is century gothic. since this is more usable for official paperwork, i dominantly use this in text and comic sans in graphics…
Oh… oh, God, it’s everywhere.
Ban comic sans? It’ll never happen. I use it as often as I can, just to further its cause. Aardvark Cafe, too.
I just came across this website. I seriously hope that this is not a serious website. My ability to catch online sarcasm is pretty pathetic so if this is meant to be tongue and cheek then I apologize. However, if you are seriously offended by comic sans and have created a concerted effort to “ban” its use, I would like to point out that you have WAY too much time on your hands.
seriously, with all the things that are messed up all around us that could be impacted by someone donating a little free time. this is how you fools chose to spend yours. what jackholes
Not knowing much about the art world I can say that this post did help me figure out a little more and understand a little better, thanks a lot
Comic Sans rocks! No wonder everybody uses it so much. It’s perfect for informal writing. I use it in one of my websites too, one with funny quotes
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