THE NON-DESIGNER'S TYPE BOOK
Some choices will be very easy, some you will have to think about. The
ones below are easy—circle the typeface that would probably communicate
the message best for each of these examples:
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Lost Shih-Tzu Puppy!
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TOUI.OlJSH-I.AUTiniC SHOW Karton
Toulouse-Lautrec Show Opens Prestige Elite
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'62 Willys Pickup For Sale
'62 líÚiífus CPicâup D'or Safe
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More difficult choices
Many of the choices you will have to make are not so easy (unless you only
have six fonts on your computer). Push your creative process, think about
what you really mean, play with visual puns, make people think about what
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m you. I'll bet you think "Work
Ì ИИ^ЭІР^Э IS ПСЭ Hard" should be the phrase in big,
■ ^^^ -^ -^ solid, bold type. Well,y'see, itali
^^ ■ ■ ^9 ■ tvUV • depends on your point of view
and what you want to express.
In my life, this is how I see it: y a work hard. THERE IS NO
SHORTCUT (please excuse the all caps). That's the way it is—
it's a fact of life that you work hard. What is difficult to get
through my teenagers' heads is that there is no shortcut.
Typefaces are Isadora and Antique Olive Nord.
So how would you quit?
It might depend on the job
and the circumstances, of
course. Maybe one day you
would quit in О Marie
Luise and another day you
would quit in Ѳ Clarendon.
Maybe your boss drives you
to quit in © Chicken. lean
tell you that most any day
I would quit in О Shelley
Volante, with a sassy smile
on my face and my fingers
toodle-ooing goodbye. See
ya later, alligator!