Graphic Designer Creates ‘Hillvetica’ Font Riffing On Clinton’s Campaign Logo

Within a day of launching her presidential campaign, Hillary Clinton got her very own namesake font.

Twitter user @RickWolff, whose bio identifies him as a freelance designer, posted a font Monday that riffed on Hillary for America’s logo. #Hillvetica quickly went viral:

Clinton’s newly unveiled campaign logo had been heavily criticized on social media for the mixed messaging that resulted from having the red arrow overlaying the ‘H’ point to the right. Wolff made sure that wasn’t an issue in the font:

If the Clinton campaign needs any design work done over the next 18 months, they know where to look.

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