This font is made from 100% real poo!

The Story

Shopping Cart

Your shopping cart is empty

Visit the shop

The PooFont

Loading Updating cart...

"Poo Font is the sh_t, literally!"

Welcome to PooFont.com home of the Poo Font.  A 100% poo based font created entirely by the natural combination of fibre, digestion, gravity, a camera and over 20 years.

This is the culmination of a dream and dedication, and I hope you will enjoy, and find creative uses for my truly unique talent of producing naturally occurring letters out of my own poop.

None of these individually butt-crafted letters were Photoshoped, moulded, prodded, or forced into their shape, it’s pretty much the most natural font you could ever hope to find on the Interweb. For real! No prodding, or poking my poop with anything, because then I would call it “Poo Poked With A Stick Font”, and I do have some, albeit crappy, standards.


The PooFont

The basic process of making the Poo Font was to go to the loo and hope for the best,  and then have a looky to see if it formed a letter, and if it did, I’d take a picture of it.  Now 20 years later, I gathered up all of my poop letter pictures and had a my friend VectorMan vector them, then imported these into an OpenType OTF font table and presto.  I have the first ever real Poo Font!

Please note: The current font includes only the 26 capital letters A through Z, and the numbers 0 through 9. I’m pooping out punctuation right now, and hope to have an even more craptastic Poo Font soon. So don’t hassle me, this stuff is a labour of brown love.

If you get a chance, check out my photo-blog BoardStars.com or send me an email: Arne@BoardStars.com

Poo News!

July 15, 2011 PooFont’s creator Arne Gutmann is featured in an interview on Shaw TV Vancouver’s Urban Rush http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BH6Bs5ypWkE

May 19, 2011 The Smizz has another excellent interview with Arne Gutmann, talking about his new book featuring the Poo Font entitled B is for Book.

February 16, 2011 The Smizz features a very nice interview with Arne Gutmann and what the Poo Font is about.