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  • Oops!

    A light-hearted repository of amusing typos and typographic mishaps.

 

Hatys Harrete And Scrunckiesan

My first live encounter with Engrish comes from the packaging of a toy our youngest daughter Nona won at the fair.

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PVP On Helvetica, The Movie

Scott R. Kurtz published the second type-centric strip in his webcomic PVP.

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French Anti-Piracy Organisation Hadopi Uses Pirated Font In Own Logo

This is the epic FAIL story of the agency in charge of enforcing France’s new anti-piracy legislation using a pirated proprietary font in its very own logo.

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How We Built Britain… With Arial!?

The opening sequence for “How We Built Britain”, the landmark BBC One show that aired over June and July 2007, features virtual letter-shaped buildings.

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Horrible Truth Behind Pixar Intro Finally Revealed

College Humor has released footage that reveals what actually does happen when the mascot Luxo jumps on the “I” in the famous Pixar intro.

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Chance Encounters On The Magazine Rack

Two images posted on Grid, the official SPD blog feature chance encounters between unrelated magazine covers, creating new unexpected readings.

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Comic Sans Makes Gizmodo’s List Of “Regrettable Tech Inventions”

Gizmodo, the blog about gadgets and technology, included Comic Sans in their list of “Eight Regret­table Tech Inven­tions, Regretted”.

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Hitler Subtitler Gets A Cheap Font CD

In this spoof version of the climactic scene of Downfall (Der Untergang) Hitler’s subtitler gets a cheap font CD off eBay, and that’s where the fun starts.

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