November 06, 2010

(rt) Type: Signs to Restore Sanity, citys as letters, & more

Posted by John Nack at 8:44 AM on November 06, 2010


  • Mark — 10:53 AM on November 06, 2010

    >anachronistic type use in films

    Very cool! (So much harder for the average person to spot stuff like that, as opposed to, say, time travelers talking on cell phones…)

  • Joe Garfield — 11:51 AM on November 06, 2010

    What about a link to the “100 Best Signs At A Tea Party” rallies, or “100 Best Signs at the Restoring Honor Rally”? There’s been hundreds of such rallies around the country so certainly such a site/link exists. But I dare say you’d never post a link to such a site.

    [I might, if the signs were (intentionally) funny. –J.]

  • Joe Garfield — 12:10 PM on November 06, 2010

    Here’s an extremely funny one:

  • Timmey — 2:36 PM on November 06, 2010

    John, thank you for bringing this to my attention (and thank you for your comment on post #2).

  • Tom H. — 4:35 PM on November 06, 2010

    C’mon John… “if they were funny”? A pretty weak attempt at sounding neutral… as if it’s just about the humor. Quite a few of those signs are funny… and a whole bunch are just left leaning political tag lines. I have yet to see a major rally without an abundance of funny signs, as well as offensive signs. They’re all over the web… you of all people should be able to find ’em.

  • Photoshopace — 8:07 AM on November 07, 2010

    Can we avoid politics here. I have seen so many companies and the people who sometimes represent them lose the respect of those who spend money on their products and services because of their political views. Lets keep it to tech and leave politics to THOSE bloggers.

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