Insightful article in the Boston Globe the other day that examined the different graphics the presidential candidates use to represent themselves. For starters, let’s just note that no one is using Comic Sans.
My favorite moment in the article is their analysis of Mitt Romney’s visual presentation:
The graphics are puzzling. The eagle logo has the head of the US Postal Service logo and body of the Norwegian flag flowing behind it. Not sure what that means.
The authors ended with this note: “If we were to predict the results based on typography and design, we would pick McCain and Obama.”
Well, at least we know now it won’t be Edwards and Giuliani.