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Presented by: Brian Anthony. Vincent Connare. Creator of Comic Sans Font. Comic Sans is inspired by a cartoon dog. It is shipped today with Microsoft Windows. Background on Ban Comic Sans . Designed to look like comic book lettering. ID: 428421 Download Presentation

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Typeface Inspired by Comic Books Has Become a Font of Ill W

Presented by: Brian Anthony. Vincent Connare. Creator of Comic Sans Font. Comic Sans is inspired by a cartoon dog. It is shipped today with Microsoft Windows. Background on Ban Comic Sans . Designed to look like comic book lettering.

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Typeface Inspired by Comic Books Has Become a Font of Ill Will

Presented by: Brian Anthony

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Vincent Connare

Creator of Comic Sans Font

Comic Sans is inspired by a cartoon dog

It is shipped today with Microsoft Windows

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Background on Ban Comic Sans

Designed to look like comic book lettering

Typefaces convey meaning

Black tie event in a clown costume says Ban Comic Sans

Mr. Connare rarely uses it himself

Disapproving stickers to be slapped on inappropriate uses of the font wherever they are found

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Ban Comic Sans

Ban Comic Sans was brought about in the fall of

1999:

Holly

Sliger

(Co-Founder)

It was like hell for me”

In the midst of the project, she met her husband, Dave

Combs (Co-Founder)

While studying for a master’s degree, Mr. Connare received a call from Mr.

Combs

The Combs’ went

global

In February 2004, Mr. Connare asked the Combs’ to stop using his

picture

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Outcome

Mr. Connare speaks at Internet conferences about Comic Sans, written in Comic Sans font

“I Love/I hate Comic Sans” picture book

Dalton

Magg

, typography studio in London

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