Shortly after Hillary Clinton announced she’s running for president and debuted her campaign logo, graphic designer Rick Wolff created a font called “Hillary Bold” or, alternatively, “Hillvetica.” Twitter loved it, and shortly after that (the internet is very fast!) the Washington Post unveiled a generator that lets you write whatever you want using the typeface. Now you can say pretty much anything you’d like in this (SUPER unofficial) Hillary font.
Here are some of Twitter’s best and brightest writing important and political messages:
THE PAIN OF DOING THIS ALONE IS MORE THAN I CAN BEAR. pic.twitter.com/Vs0QhhrOVm— ＢＥＡＴ ＲＡＧＥＳＫＵＬＬ (@BEAT_TWITTAR) April 14, 2015
Someone already did this right? pic.twitter.com/5i94yGMfaP— Alastair Coote (@_alastair) April 14, 2015
Hillvetica was not used to make fun of one another!!! pic.twitter.com/uTMRI7porD— Joe Tonelli (@joetoenails) April 14, 2015
hmm super weird: i keep trying to use the hillary font thing and this keeps happening? pic.twitter.com/RyLBLW44Gw— matt lubchansky (@Lubchansky) April 14, 2015
And here’s some we’re adding to the mix:
Create your own here.