frauenfelder at May 27th, 2014 16:08 — #1
jorpho at May 27th, 2014 16:29 — #2
Bam! August 1, 2013.
digitalartform at May 27th, 2014 17:44 — #3
Mark's thread is more authentic.
cleveremi at May 27th, 2014 17:58 — #4
Well, shit. I designed my company logo without any of that. I suppose I could have included artisanal, because part of it was hand drawn, but that ship has sailed. Maybe I won't be hired by hipsters. What ever will I do? Sigh.
On a somewhat unrelated note I always misspell artisanal the first time, but I just realized artisanal = art.is.anal. I'll remember it now, but it still looks wrong.
billstewart at May 27th, 2014 18:20 — #5
You can use Comic Sans, but only if it's obvious that you're using it ironically.
phasmafelis at May 27th, 2014 18:27 — #6
Oh good, another inoffensive thing that I'm not allowed to like anymore.
Oooh, I bet I can make a bunch of heads explode if I walk into Internet Fashion Police HQ wearing one of these logos on a fedora.
boundegar at May 27th, 2014 18:53 — #7
Whoever you are, I love you.
digitalartform at May 27th, 2014 19:05 — #8
robotmonkeys at May 27th, 2014 19:34 — #9
silkox1 at May 27th, 2014 20:51 — #10
Here's a nice one, straight from Portland.
eli_fleming at May 28th, 2014 01:28 — #11
Or you could just use "Canva", lol.
wearysky at May 28th, 2014 10:41 — #12
No no, not a fedora... a trilby.
And really, I just came in here because I found it humourous that my work's web filter blocks the linked site
The link you are accessing has been blocked by the Barracuda Web Filter because it contains content belonging to the category of: Malicious Sites
I mean, ok, it is poking fun at hipsters a little bit... But I'm not sure it's really THAT malicious.
frauenfelder at June 1st, 2014 16:08 — #13
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