Typography nerds have a new, oh-so-couture way to express their love for their favorite font. A line by Masashi Kawamura takes the 'T' in T-shirt to a whole new, literal level by making the letter wearable. The shirts mimic the silhouette of popular typefaces, including Helvetica (that'll be a hit in Williamsburg!), Caslon, Baskerville, Courier, and Cooper Black. We're less shocked that Kawamura conceptualized this, and more surprised that we'd actually rock each of the five styles. We're particularly eyeing that Cooper Black 'T' tunic, with its smooth, airy 3/4 length sleeves. So if you're a geek about all things web like us, then represent your preferred font with a 'T' Shirt, on sale at No Control Air as of January 2011! (NotCot)
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