If you went to school at any time during the 90s or early 2000s, you probably drew, or saw other people draw, a stylized S made of fourteen connected line segments. Despite its ubiquitous nature, a lot of people still wonder: what's that cool S thing, and where did the cool S come from?
While no one knows the true story behind the S doodle, some things are known about the cool S doodle history. For example, it's popped up all over the world, from the USA to Egypt, and it may have been around since the 1960s. Some theories, like the idea that it might be based on the Superman S symbol, has people arguing its origin. Whatever its origin, students everywhere know and love this S.
Let's learn some more about it!
Its Origins Are Shrouded In Mystery
There Are Some Off The Wall Theories About The Super S
Every Subculture Thought It Belonged To Them
It's Older Than You Might Think
It's Not The Stussy Logo, The Suzuki Logo, Or The Styx Logo
It Doesn't Have Anything To Do With Superman, Either