A creative new font entitled The Brighton Typeface is entirely composed of pebbles found on Brighton Beach. Pretty straight forward, each pebble resembles (mostly) the letter it represents. Look at the photo, can’t you tell that says PSFK?

It all started when Tom, designer of the font, found a pebble the shape of the letter B on Brighton Beach. From there, he set out to find the remaining 25 letters.

The Brighton Typeface

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