It’s Nice That
Apr, 2010

Regardless of how quickly technology advances and physical objects are forced to fight for their own survival, there will always be a place for crude, instant communication.

The effectiveness of a hurriedly scrawled message stapled on a lamppost cannot be underestimated, and I’m sure many lost cats and dogs would agree. So assuming this form of communication is going to stick around, why not try and make it look a little nicer? Cardon Webb’s Cardon Copy starts with the recognized vernacular of hand-made posters and then adds a little sparkle, aiming to make us think about how we convey and digest language. Is the new visual expression helpful or distracting? You decide, but there is no doubt it looks a whole lot clearer

It’s Nice That Issue #3 April 2010 (page 24)