I don’t know if it is purposefully an “E” lettered brush or if it is a brush that just coincidentally looks like the letter “E”.
Either way, I find it curious. It looks like the wooden “E” has just started to grow hair. This starts me thinking about manipulations of letters or found type and what meaning those manipulations bring. In this case there is something incongruous, something uncomfortable about an old wooden letter growing hair. Or maybe it IS just a brush and I can rest easy. [via Design Observer] |DBK