Sigh. I wish I was cooper black italic. Alas, I’m universal—it’s my typeface, or so says a design firm called Pentagram.
Want to find out your typeface? Pentagram has an easy questionnaire that takes about one minute to complete. Once you’re done, it will tell you your typeface.
Make sure your speakers are turned on. If you’re tuning in from the office you might want to put on your headphones.
Here’s the link, the password is “character” (no quotation marks).
And, for the record, I disagree that my typeface is universal.
(Thanks, Mike, for sharing this with me!)
UPDATE: If you'd like another diversion related to visuals, check out a fabulous Web site called Cheese or Font. Here's what happens: The site gives you a word that is either a cheese or font. You have to decide which it is. Quite simple, really. Here's an example: Halda—cheese or font?
Thanks Ragan executive editor Rob Reinalda (he's word_czar on Twitter) for this gem.