Pardon the Anglo-Saxonism…
I made this all myself using GIMP, complete with color and font selection and having to figure out how to outline the letters in black. The font I chose was Kabel, which was quite popular in the late ’60’s and early ’70’s, which is why I chose it. The distinctive letter in the Kabel font is the lowercase “g.”
I was working on something the other day, and was so impressed with the result that I said this to myself, and figured I’d share it with everyone. You’re welcome.
One-Liner Wednesday is brought to you each week by Linda Hill and this station. Now a word about the new Sports line of Duncan Yo-Yos. Remember, if it doesn’t say “Duncan,” it’s not a yo-yo!
I half-expected Duncan to be out of business, since I haven’t seen a kid with a yo-yo in years. Surprise, surprise: not only are they still around, they have a website. Not only do they still have the yo-yos (many of them the models I remember from over 50 years ago), they still carry the Duncan Imperial Spin Top, my personal favorite.