Is there a font that inclines us to believe that a sentence that’s set in it is true?

Communication Arts’ Michael Bierut on Errol Morris’s typography trick quiz and how Baskerville is the typeface of truth.

Is there a font that inclines us to believe that a sentence that’s set in it is true?

Communication ArtsMichael Bierut on Errol Morris’s typography trick quiz and how Baskerville is the typeface of truth.

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