Praise Jah for Microsoft Word 98! It has every conceivable kind of font. Every kind, that is, except for the childlike, loopy, and circular style that is Walt Disney’s signature. I would like to make up some Christmas cards in this font, but I have not seen it in any of those commercially available font CD’s, either.
Can someone’s handwriting be copyrighted? Could Walt Disney, being a great artist in his own right, claim that even his HANDWRITING is a work of art, and thus forbid its reproduction?
Surely some handwritten manuscripts by Mr. Disney remain, somewhere. Why has no one thought to make a font out of it?
Has someone tried this and then gotten sued by lawyers wearing mouse ears?