Earlier this year, Monotype lovingly updated its classic Helvetica font for the 21st century. The company has updated nearly 40,000 characters from Helvetica as part of the Helvetica Now update in an effort to make the font feel more comfortable to read and work better with smaller formats.
Hellveticain the meantime it is a much more anarchist affair. It is the product of Zack Roif and Matthew Woodward, two creative directors in New York, and it is specifically designed to annoy graphic designers around the world. Think of it as a self-conscious Comic Sans with kerning that is somehow much worse.
If you want to try Hellvetica yourself, you can download it on his official site and experience it in all its unequal, cheerful glory.