Putting Face to Paper

Thanks to designer¬†Tim Yarzhombeck, facial hair is not just for personal expression any more, it’s also for proper expression!

 

fonts, beards

Making the spelling of "Supercalifragalisticexpealodocious" in beard over 1,000x faster.

Meet the new face of typography: the beard font. Borrowing from possibly the oldest form of expression in existence, this may be the manliest typeface since the advent of Arial bold (preferably 46-point font).

Scientists say that hair growth may be the last expressive link between us and monkeys, but I’d still like to see Mr. Peepers grow a proper Fu Manchu.

In any case, we can all rest easier knowing we’re one step closer to world peace, now that the rival factions of Remington razors and Remington typewriters can finally live as one.

 

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2 responses to “Putting Face to Paper

  1. Thanks mang. I love me a good facial hair font.

  2. Sweet blog homes. Love the beard font! I want it!

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