The Burke Museum resorts to Papyrus to tout their coffee exhibit on the back of King County Metro buses. As if dedicating an entire exhibit…
I usually try to avoid exposing myself to the predictable and unfunny graphical musings of SeattlePI.com “cartoonist” David Horsey, but I spotted something in today’s…
Scott Kurtz, the artist behind the webcomic PvP has put up a gem of a comic today. I won’t spoil it by pasting a small excerpt here. You should just go and spend 10 seconds reading it yourself: PvPonline » The Font Snob
God bless you, Scott Kurtz.
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In his 6,523rd career game, EDGARTRON-3000 led the Robot Mariners to their landmark 65,536th consecutive win Friday night against the Los Angeles Sheep-Clone Angels.
As usual, the team scored precisely 23,145.0 runs in a perfectly precise execution of baseball. The nine-inning romp included an average of 642.9167 home runs by each of the nine electronic players as the team extended its league-leading record to 3.91*1075
A story in today’s New York Times may seem very familiar to faithful Naked Loon readers… Copycats.
Facing an unprecedented $9 billion budget shortfall, legislators in Olympia are scrambling to find new sources of revenue to sustain the drunken spending spree of the past four years.
Now thanks to some quick thinking by Senate Majority Leader Lisa Brown, cuts in popular programs such as after school basket weaving for inner-city toddlers will likely be avoided as an oppressive tax on an unpopular minority heads for easy passage.
After just one week and as many posts, the looming specter of impending mockery on The Papyrus Virus is already an agent for typeface improvement in the Seattle area.
Behold, Tap Plastics on 9th Ave. N near Broad Street…
Today The Naked Loon is proud to introduce our very own advice column “Question the Kostyra,” in which Naked Loon Living Editor Martha Kostyra will answer your questions about life, relationships, and which espresso stand is most deserving of your valuable patronage.
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April 1st marks the one-year anniversary for The Naked Loon, which seems like as good a reason as any to spend some time patting ourselves on the back.
In the last 365 days, The Naked Loon has…
Welcome to the new Naked Loon blog: The Papyrus Virus.
If you haven’t noticed any Papyrus typeface today, you probably haven’t been looking. The font covers the country and our beloved Puget Sound like a plague.
This blog will document, catalog, and attempt to stamp out via ruthless mockery the growing virus that is the Papyrus font. We’ll be highlighting our own spottings of the omni-present lettering, but we are also happy to receive user submissions as well. Just send pictures to jones %at% nakedloon %dot% com
So let’s jump right into the Papyrus ridicule, shall we?
After having houses languish unsold on the market for over a year, the marketer of Grove Cypress, a 15-home development in south Snohomish County, has discovered the key to finding buyers for the remaining $500,000 houses: street balloons.
“We’ve tried banners, flags, sandwich boards, arrow sign wavers… the works,” said Ron Freeman, Grove Cypress lead marketer. “I think the balloons will really do the trick.”