Ikea has seen your memes and is raising you an entire font based on its sofa planner.
Ikea introduced its 'design your own sofa' page that allows visitors to the site to pick a base sofa from one of five options and then build whatever it is they can imagine as long as it fits the budget of their wallets and the parameters of the laws of physics.
As the only real limit imposed in the design stage is the sofa components fitting together, you can go nuts and create all manner of nonsense living room pieces that will never see the light of day, as illustrated on Twitter:
who wants to buy me this $8700 couch that looks like a goat that i designed on the ikea couchbuilder pic.twitter.com/Brbas3riD4
— 🏳️🌈 Bahn 😎 🏳️🌈 (@BenTalisman) June 24, 2019
C O U C H pic.twitter.com/dKTyA4ivxi
— Patrick Laverick | Digital Ninja (@PatrickLaverick) June 23, 2019
Not to let a tasty meme pass it by, Ikea is capitalising on this bizarre but inevitable movement by making an entire font out of, dubbed Soffa Sans:
— IKEA UK (@IKEAUK) June 28, 2019
How whimsical. So now you can write stuff using sofas I guess. Enjoy! [The Verge]