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Logos Redesigned Using Comic Sans

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Comic Sans, the font we all love to hate. 

Created by Vincent Connare in 1994, It is classified as a casual, non-connecting script, and was designed to imitate the historical look of comic book lettering, for use in informal documents. It's hard to find anyone nowadays who likes the font - even Connare has his issues with it. We've certainly shared our fair share of hatred to the font and know that there are far superior alternatives should you be looking for a good hand written font.

However, some designers aren't willing to give up on the font, presenting a number of classic logo designs, re-imagined using the font. Of course, it's just a bit of fun, but it's interesting to see how these logos look when presented in a universally despised font.

Some of them kinda look, almost ... no, we're not going there.

adidas-logo-comic-sans

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chanel-logo-comic-sans.jpg

coke-logo-comic-sans.jpg

disney-logo-comic-sans.jpg

ebay-logo-comic-sans.jpg

harley-logo-comic-sans.jpg

lacoste-logo-comic-sans.jpg

levis-logo-comic-sans.jpg

lvc-logo-comic-sans.jpg

mcdonalds-logo-comic-sans.jpg

merc-logo-comic-sans.jpg

nasa-logo-comic-sans.jpg

nestle-logo-comic-sans.jpg

nike-logo-comic-sans.jpg

orbit-logo-comic-sans.jpg

paramount-logo-comic-sans.jpg

playstation-logo-comic-sans.jpg

starwars-logo-comic-sans.jpg

subway-logo-comic-sans.jpg

youtube-logo-comic-sans.jpg

ysl-logo-comic-sans.jpg

By Janet Duane

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