As it’s Wednesday, low of the week, we thought we would bring you the worst example of how not to use typography to-date. Now however bad it gets you can say to yourself at least you didn’t do this, well done.
To explain why this is so bad: Lets start with the ridiculously pretentious “Centurion” Point? And the awful simplified silhouette of a centurions head, why is this appropriate in Chester, oh yes, no doubt under the car-park is the remains of Roman Chester? But then there is the actual lettering a shiny cut-out metal font on a orange rock standing on its own patch of grass by the site of the road marking the entrance of this trading estate, yuck!
Implausibly if you think you can beat this we would love to see your pics.