Designed by John Roshell and Richard Starkings, Sign Language is a brush display, comic and dingbat font family. This typeface has five styles and was published by Comicraft.
Here at Comicraft we have seen the signs on the headline news, we have read the portents of things to come… yes, just as thunder is a sign of storm, just as pumpkins outside Ralphs on November the 1st are sure to be on sale, just as fresh produce becomes rotten, as sure as night turns to day, dark turns to grey, winter turns to spring and milk turns sour if you leave it out on the kitchen table overnight…
Yes, here at Comicraft we know there’s a signpost up ahead… a sign heading not into the twilight zone, but down a road of hope and hard work, a banner year, a red letter day, we know it’s time to knuckle down, soldier on and pull ourselves up by our bootstraps. Well, we should probably pull ourselves up by our bootstraps BEFORE we soldier on, NEVERTHELESS, here it is—not a soundbite, not an unfulfilled campaign promise—SignLanguage is a font that makes the impossible possible, a font that cuts the taxes for 95% of American families, a font that closes down Gitmo and brings our troops home from Iraq. Senator Joe “Six Pack” Biden has described SignLanguage as articulate and bright and clean—and a nice-looking font.
In conclusion, Comicraft recommends you elect Sign Language.