You can say just about anything when you string the right letters together, but the characters that compose this Grooming typeface are able to communicate even more than the alphabetic symbols spell out.
Luke Lucas has conceived some pretty extraordinary typography for private commissions, and this is another one well worth checking out. Created specially for the start of a section in Esquire Magazine, this collection of coiffed characters visually describes cosmetic maintenance in the way that the ensuing article approached more literally.
Each letter within the sequence flaunts its own furry qualities, be they concerned with facial hair, body hair or the stuff you find on your head. An otherwise simplistic Sans Serif font is enhanced with combs, brushes, curling irons, razors and hairspray, which gives this Grooming typeface the look of scrupulous sprucing up.
Cut and Combed Characters
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Creative Chromatic Typography
Leggy Product Packaging
Precariously Written Prints