Monday, 4 April 2011
As usual, there were some great April Fool's day gags around this year. John Dowling of Dowling Duncan forwarded the below spoof Creative Review article claiming that the use of non approved typefaces would be subject to a government charge in order to reduce the budget deficit. It's a great piece of work and I particularly like the line "most of the regeneration of Shoreditch is built on the use of Helvetica"!
...and thanks to all those who wished me well on my invitation for the Royal Wedding, especially Pali at Johnson Banks who was first to spot it. I take my hat off to you all!
Posted by Justin Hobson 04.04.2011