Remember That Cool 'S' You Doodled Everywhere? Now It's a Font

StoryfulPublished: January 25, 2017180 views
Published: January 25, 2017

As a teenager it was near impossible to escape the ‘cool,’ graffiti-art-esque, pointy ‘S’ symbol that was doodled on notebooks, textbooks and toilet doors worldwide.

The popularity of the cult teen symbol is inexplicable, but continues to be passed down through the generations. Web designer <a href="https://www.facebook.com/Tunalips?lst=1631683450%3A508140749%3A1485342532" target="_blank">Tom Goulet</a> has given the ‘S’ a pretty impressive 21st century upgrade — by making it into a font.

He shared a video to <a href="https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHcpsfh6lQJatwUdZJoP8wA" target="_blank">YouTube</a> debuting the new typeface, and it quickly gained traction.

Yes, that’s right. You can now type out your college assignments, projects and resume using a whole alphabet of weird, pointed letters. The font can be downloaded from <a href="http://www.tomgoulet.com/fonts" target="_blank">Goulet’s Website</a>.

His January 23 video had over 62,488 views at the time of writing.

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