17 out of 20.
Helvetica is the slightly fatter, less snappy looking one.
no, you cant.
Did they make the Scotch one in MS Paint? You can see they just brushed black over the old logo text and it doesn't match the background colour.
Matel was the only logo that used letters that all share the same characteristics in both fonts, had a lucky guess on it.
also the C in crate and barrel is not helvetica even tho the rest of the font is.
20/20 ... pretty easy. helvetica tends to be more even edged and slightly more bold. The obvious letters are c, a, G, 3, etc
19/20 - Toyota boned me.
I got to 18.
Felt all the lowercase/numeral ones were a piece of piss. Some of the capitals were a bit of luck though.
is this a thing?
have the strongly worded letters I've been penning to my lady friend been unsuccessful in their friend zone emancipation due to my childish inability to resist arial's seductive ways?
This makes me feel better about using Ariel instead of Helvetica because I'm not a mac fanboi.
I thought you were a girl
I can........Arial, is a mermaid the other one isn't
Helvetica squares off the ends of their lower case letters which is the easiest difference I find. Capitals is a challenge!
11/20.... I fail
that was tricky.
If there's a "C" you can easily tell
I was waiting for a company logo to use Arial, poor Arial
I thought this was some kind of war against
You'd be just guessing to pick the MATTEL or TOYOTA I think.
The M is wider in Mattel, and the O is rounder/closer to a circle in Toyota.
stinky = lolz