Starbucks may have many locations but Boston Common Coffee Company has Copperplate Gothic Bold in their logo. They also have a window on the outside of the store to watch people inside the store pretending to do work on their laptops. The “North End Reverse Zoo” is nice for those touring the north end to […]
Cheers in Boston was thought to be made famous by a TV sitcom. We know after closer inspection it’s because they use Copperplate Gothic Bold in their signage! Nothing says gift shop this way better than Copperplate Gothic Bold. Amazingly when we were in there, everyone knew our name.
9 out of 10 Hebrews prefer Copperplate Gothic Bold. It’s not limited to an isolated local anomaly, it’s a National preference. Hebrew National certifies that Copperplate Gothic Bold is good enough a(nd worthy enough) to be brandished on their packaging. Hebrew National not only has to answer to consumers in the marketplace (but as their […]
Copperplate Gothic Bold made an appearance at a local restaurant that is very nice to JMU grads when JMU is on TV. I pass it going to visit my fiancé at work, each time assured that all is well with the world and that Copperplate is still regarded as the best font ever! I wish […]
An Irish Chipper? How about an American Chipper! I certainly was chipper after seeing this sign after wandering through oldtown Alexandria, VA. Copperplate Gothic Gold abounds in this popular tourist location and all around great place to live. You can’t argue with history and you can’t argue with Copperplate Gothic Bold!
3 months is way too long since an update. There are many reasons for not updating but none can explain the pain of holding back so many CGB sightings from the Internets. New updates will soon follow, more new sightings, and of course advancing the greatness of the best font in all of the world. […]