Mixed up messaging Referred by Jack Guy. There are some typefaces that should never be mixed. The ﬁrst line looks as though the point sizes are changing, and it doesn’t get any better below. We’re not sure who ‘Pat Roberston’ (sic) is.
Not all work is done on the premises No, it’s not just the melting vinyl that caught our eye. It’s the dumb apostrophe in the ﬁrst line, and the backwards A on the second. The space is a tad large, too. Found by Randy Tamura.
Mixed messages The three lines of Arial Black are not centred properly—how could they get this wrong? And the task that you have to pay $2 for seems extremely unpleasant, but at least they supply the bowls. Always be wary of signs in Arial Black.