The New York Times font looks like Trump's hair and you'll never see it the same way again


The orange bouffant hairstyle that’s as much a part of Donald Trump as his brash rhetoric we all know (and don’t necessarily love) has just been spotted in the ‘T’ of the New York Times logo. 

A little swirly silhouette of his trademark mane can be seen in the publication’s font, thanks to a tweet on Monday from journalist Jennings Brown.

It’s a sight that can’t be unseen and a reminder of the man who continues to creep into our lives in little ways after winning an election that let him creep into our lives in the biggest of ways. Read more…

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Source: Mashable

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