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Leigh Ledare

Leigh Ledare

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Here is my font/character match-up as mentioned on Talkin’ TCGS. (Don’t worry about learning Tumblr, Griffin. I got this one.)

Chris Gethard is Helvetica — universally liked and respected; adaptable to any situation; is everywhere, if you know where to look
Shannon O’Neill is Impact — outwardly bold, but with a softer side (it’s the LOLcat font)
Murf is Cooper — friendly; a big personality; a bit of a vintage vibe (credit goes to @jxc on Twitter)
Bethany Hall is Bodoni — can go from sweet and delicate to bold and edgy in no time
The Human Fish is Lobster — mostly just the name; a general nautical vibe
Messenger Bag is Futura — a cult favorite (it’s the Wes Anderson font); a little spacey
Connor Ratliff is Trajan Pro — when you see it, you know you’re in for an epic journey (it’s the dramatic movie font)
Vacation Jason is Comic Sans — also a cult favorite (see: Tumblr); out of context might come across as annoying
Phil Jackson is Courier — unassuming; the focus is on the words themselves (it’s the screenwriting font)
Bananaman is Curlz — unabashedly kooky; never not ecstatic
Alyssa is Knockout — 1. It’s the Beyonce font! 2. a favorite of those in the know; brings a bit of edge
Griffin Newman is Clarendon — a classic, boyish charmer
Jersey Dave is Gotham — immediately makes a situation More Bosser (a popular font for logo re-designs)
The Man Behind The Plant is Times New Roman — sometimes taunted for being plain/boring, but gets the job done
Mimi on the Hoops is Zapfino — flowy, elegant, and eye-catching
Beast Masturbator is Dingbats — totally unintelligible, with some religious symbols thrown in there for good measure
The Guy Who Likes Cream, But Not Too Much Cream is Buttermilk — the name alone
Zero F*cks Boyd is Din — a bit on the plain side, but very intense; NO nonsense
Horse is Giddyup — mostly the name; also looks like a bunch of lassos (yeehaw!)
Bee is Honey Script — the name alone
Weenie Feet Bobbins is Gill Sans — THE British font (see: those ‘Keep Calm’ posters)


Great personality and typeface breakdowns of my favorite show

andreastreeter:

Here is my font/character match-up as mentioned on Talkin’ TCGS. (Don’t worry about learning Tumblr, Griffin. I got this one.)

Chris Gethard is Helvetica — universally liked and respected; adaptable to any situation; is everywhere, if you know where to look

Shannon O’Neill is Impact — outwardly bold, but with a softer side (it’s the LOLcat font)

Murf is Cooper — friendly; a big personality; a bit of a vintage vibe (credit goes to @jxc on Twitter)

Bethany Hall is Bodoni — can go from sweet and delicate to bold and edgy in no time

The Human Fish is Lobster — mostly just the name; a general nautical vibe

Messenger Bag is Futura — a cult favorite (it’s the Wes Anderson font); a little spacey

Connor Ratliff is Trajan Pro — when you see it, you know you’re in for an epic journey (it’s the dramatic movie font)

Vacation Jason is Comic Sans — also a cult favorite (see: Tumblr); out of context might come across as annoying

Phil Jackson is Courier — unassuming; the focus is on the words themselves (it’s the screenwriting font)

Bananaman is Curlz — unabashedly kooky; never not ecstatic

Alyssa is Knockout — 1. It’s the Beyonce font! 2. a favorite of those in the know; brings a bit of edge

Griffin Newman is Clarendon — a classic, boyish charmer

Jersey Dave is Gotham — immediately makes a situation More Bosser (a popular font for logo re-designs)

The Man Behind The Plant is Times New Roman — sometimes taunted for being plain/boring, but gets the job done

Mimi on the Hoops is Zapfino — flowy, elegant, and eye-catching

Beast Masturbator is Dingbats — totally unintelligible, with some religious symbols thrown in there for good measure

The Guy Who Likes Cream, But Not Too Much Cream is Buttermilk — the name alone

Zero F*cks Boyd is Din — a bit on the plain side, but very intense; NO nonsense

Horse is Giddyup — mostly the name; also looks like a bunch of lassos (yeehaw!)

Bee is Honey Script — the name alone

Weenie Feet Bobbins is Gill Sans — THE British font (see: those ‘Keep Calm’ posters)

Great personality and typeface breakdowns of my favorite show


Jean-Michel Basquiat The Radiant Child, 1981

Jean-Michel Basquiat
 
The Radiant Child, 1981

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pleoros:

Ximena Forero M. - Untitled, 2013

pleoros:

Ximena Forero M. - Untitled, 2013

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