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We’ve seen cats as fonts—for its domesticated animal counterpart, Vienna-based studio Grafisches Büro has created a series of images that playfully imagines various breeds of dogs as typefaces.
From German Shepherds as Helvetica, to Dalmatians as Courier—‘Dogs As Fonts’ finds characteristics within the animals that are similar in nature to that of the typography.
What do you think?
[via Grafisches Büro and designboom]
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