As if holograms of deceased musicians weren’t garish enough, we’re now able to steal their identities to type word documents in their handwriting.
As Stereogum points out, the new “Songwriters Fonts” pack includes replications of handwriting from the likes of David Bowie, Kurt Cobain, Leonard Cohen, John Lennon and Serge Gainsbourg.
Here’s the official blurb about the font packs:
The Songwriters fonts have been created to give musicians inspiration. Writing lyrics with the handwriting of influential songwriters helps imagination to develop. Being in the mood of Bowie, Cobain, Cohen, Gainsbourg, Lennon, might be purely imaginative… but that’s precisely the point.
Most likely for legal reasons, the fonts come with a disclaimer that they’re for “personal use only.” That said, you’ll probably still use them to post passive aggressive messages in your office kitchen written by Kurt Cobain.
If you feel so inclined, you can change your resume to look like it was written by David Bowie by downloading the Songwriters Fonts pack here.