• Types of People: A Series That Re-Imagines Typefaces as Personalities

  • Types of People: A Series That Re-Imagines Typefaces as Personalities

  • Types of People: A Series That Re-Imagines Typefaces as Personalities

  • Types of People: A Series That Re-Imagines Typefaces as Personalities

  • Types of People: A Series That Re-Imagines Typefaces as Personalities

  • Types of People: A Series That Re-Imagines Typefaces as Personalities

  • Types of People: A Series That Re-Imagines Typefaces as Personalities

  • Types of People: A Series That Re-Imagines Typefaces as Personalities

  • Types of People: A Series That Re-Imagines Typefaces as Personalities

  • Types of People: A Series That Re-Imagines Typefaces as Personalities

  • Types of People: A Series That Re-Imagines Typefaces as Personalities

  • Types of People: A Series That Re-Imagines Typefaces as Personalities

  • Types of People: A Series That Re-Imagines Typefaces as Personalities

  • Types of People: A Series That Re-Imagines Typefaces as Personalities

  • Types of People: A Series That Re-Imagines Typefaces as Personalities

Types of People: A Series That Re-Imagines Typefaces as Personalities

What type of person are you? Are you the people-friendly Helvetica? Or how about the intellectual but boring Times New Roman? Types of People is a series of typographical posters, created by Teo Yu Siang, that anthropomorphizes popular typefaces into, well, “types” of people. Most of the personalities are spot on. For example, check out the personality of Comic Sans:

“The uninvited guest to every party. Comic Sans still thinks everyone loves him, when in fact he is despised by everyone. Still has trouble figuring out if people are laughing with him, or at him.”

Go ahead–browse the gallery and see which personality type is you. As for us? We’re definitely DIN.

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