Words and the human form become one in Montreal photographer Pinch Martin Tremblay's photo series Typo Humaine. Specifically using interracial models, more than just language and body come together in Tremblay's work.

Literally fusing their bodies into font, the man and woman are a perfect example of collaboration between the sexes, races, or anyone who is different from another. The way they beautifully contort their physical forms is truly impressive, but it also shows how much impact a message, or a simple letter, can have when individuals of difference collaborate and trust each other.

Check out the photo series below. Hopefully the full alphabet it to come soon.

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