A Font Made From Model Railroads is Still Classier than Comic Sans

It will probably make the memos in the break room about stealing lunches considerably harder to read, but this unique font made from model railroad layouts is still far more pleasing to the eye than Comic Sans.

It was created by Ludvig Bruneau Rossow, a graphic designer from Oslo, Norway, who one day decided to attempt it as an experiment using an old train set he found in his grandmother's basement. He managed to recreate every letter of the alphabet, though, like with many custom fonts, the punctuation and other subsets are completely missing. Maybe he can makes those using slot car tracks? Otherwise, there's no chance Lionel will ever purchase this for use on their corporate letterhead. [Bureau Bruneau via Coudal]