Jul 11, 2010  •  In Art/Design, Books, Fonts

Teaching Your Kids About Typography

What a great way to start your little ones on the basics of typography! Norwegian design house Studio 3 has created an activity book titled Hyperactivitypography which aims to teach children the ins-and-outs of typography through cute illustrations, games, and tons of useful facts…

…even the evils of using Comic Sans!

Unfortunately, the book is currently out of stock but fret not — you can view the entire thing online at http://www.hyperactivitypography.com/

Via Neatorama.

P.S. — Did anyone else find it hilarious that Dan Gilbert’s open letter to Cavs fans got as much press for its use of Comic Sans as it did for its content?

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3 Responses to “Teaching Your Kids About Typography”

  1. Ashley says:

    What a cute book! I’m no graphic designer, or even web designer really, but every time I see Comic Sans on a webpage, I cringe.

  2. Geek in Heels says:

    @Ashley — One of my friends ONLY uses Comic Sans when he talks to me online because he knows it bugs me. I honestly never liked that font. *shudder*

  3. busylizzy says:

    My PROFESSOR uses only comic sans for all his slides. *sigh*

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