Typo Humaine by Martin Tremblay is an Impressively Flexible Feat

By: Meghan Young - Published: • References: lepinch & whitezine
As intimate as the Typo Humaine photo series may seem, people will soon look past the naked forms to concentrate on the stunning shapes they create. It is astonishing sometimes to consider what the human body is capable of achieving. In this case, the Typo Humaine series showcases its more artistic side.

Shot by Martin Tremblay, a photographer based in Montreal, Canada, the Typo Humaine series revolves around two people, a man and woman, who come together to for immediately recognizable letters such as 'R,' 'S' and 'F.' It would be safe to assume that the two models are dancers or gymnasts of some sort. The strength and flexibility in their bodies are enviable. Underlying the Typo Humaine series is a sense of collaboration that is also admirable. Stats for Naked Human Typography Trending: Older & Buzzing
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