FONTS DO TELL A GREAT STORY
We are all young enough for DC Comics, aren’t we? Yes, we are. We have always been, we will always be. DC Entertainment is one of the largest English-language publishers of comics in the world, featuring a wide variety of characters and genres.
Have you ever noticed the clean bold font they use, DC Comics uses the sensational Gotham Bold for their logotype. Gotham is a geometric sans-serif typeface family designed by American type designer Tobias Frere-Jones with Jesse Ragan in 2000. Let’s ponder upon this fact for the love for great comics.
The good old Casio, a legacy that goes on. We all have had a memory of a Casio. Maybe our first watch or that heritage piece our dad still owns. Yeah, have you ever had a moment staring at this font? Most of us have seen this quite close for over years on our wrists. Casio uses Eurostyle for its logotype, a geometric sans-serif typeface designed by Aldo Novarese in 1962. Now you have this good piece of information along with your good old Casio memories.